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Calibishie Coastline in Dominica

Dominica is participating in the online competition to be named the Best Caribbean Destination for Adventure. The competition was organized by USA Today, and includes 20 other Caribbean islands to choose from.

Dominica description says:

Dubbed “The Nature Island,” Dominica is one of the Caribbean’s most unspoiled spots, which means rampant opportunity for adventure in the wilderness.

Hiking is big on the island, an island lush with waterfalls, a “boiling” lake, warm springs and protected subtropical forest.

The 115-mile Waitukubuli National Trail circumnavigates the 29-mile-long island, segmented according to various degrees of difficulty. In addition, adventurers can revel in superlative snorkeling and diving, whale watching and other on-the-water activities.

My friends, we invite you to vote on the website of the organizer of the competition for Dominica in the category “Best Caribbean Destination for Adventure”. To vote you need to follow this link, scroll down the page and choose Dominica, then place your vote.

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Art Show in the Pioneer Preparatroy School - 2015

In spite of the fact that Dominica has already engaged a new academic year, I cannot forget one of the most memorable events that took place at the closure of the previous school year. On June 20, 2015, the Pioneer Preparatory School held an art exhibition presenting the work of its students, aged 4 to 12. The exhibition brought together teachers, students, parents, relatives and friends of the school, all of whom were simply the art friends of the young talents.

Personally, it was an exhilarating experience to see how children of Dominica view the world, and how this is reflected in their art work.

The first thing that caught my eye was the unique choice of bright and rich colours in all the art pieces. Retrospectively speaking, this is not really surprising as under the hot sun, there is simply no place for shades of grey. If one looks at the sea, he sees a mirror of brilliant blues; if he gazes at the mountains, he witnesses a lush green carpet.

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Paul Crask, the dominica based writer and author of Bradt Travel Guide to Dominica, has released a new annual magazine:

Dominica Traveller Magazine by Paul Crask

«Dominica Traveller is neither a destination marketing brochure nor a guide and, save for advertorials, there’s little by way of marketing speak, but it does promote and showcase this beautiful island in less direct ways: by describing some of its adventures, its history, its natural science and its culture in the form of feature articles. It is aimed at independent, adventurous, nature-loving travellers who like to explore new places and get off the beaten path.” says Paul. “I have tried to create a sort of Dominica National Geographic and I see it as a complementary publication to my Bradt Travel Guide

Dominica Traveller is an annual magazine and is free of charge thanks to some very cool sponsors. You can pick up a copy from participating hotels, restaurants and operators around the island. There is also a full Internet version at the magazine website: www.dominicatravelguide.com

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