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Archive for July, 2006


BET was in Dominica last year October for the filming of the 9th annual World Creole Music Festival. The 30 minute Dominica segment is now complete and will begin airing tomorrow – July 15, 2006.

Below is the schedule of dates and airing times.

July

7/15/06–7am & 6pm

7/22/06–7am & 6pm

7/29/06–7am & 6pm

August

8/05/06–7am & 6pm

8/12/06–7am & 6pm

8/19/06–7am & 6pm

8/26/06–1:30pm & 8:30pm

September

9/02/06–1:30pm & 8:30pm

9/09/06–7am & 6pm

9/16/06–1:30pm & 8:30pm

9/23/06–7am & 6pm

9/30/06–1:30pm & 8:30pm

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Balisier at the Garraway Hotel
Creole Cuisine with a strong international flavor, complemented by an unobstructed view of the Caribbean Sea.
Dining: Local and international cuisine. Daily 7am
Location: Dame Eugenia Charles Blvd – Bay front
Tel: 767 449 8800

Cartwheel Café
Quaint and friendly Café situated on the picturesque bay front in the capital city Roseau.
Known for its popular breakfast and lunch eateries throughout the island.
Tel: 767 448 5353

Calalloo Restaurant
Serves Award winning Calalloo Soup and other specials including lobster, crayfish and mountain chicken. As delicious dessert Bananas Flambé are highly recommended.
Location: Roseau
Tel: 767 448 3386

Chalot Restaurant/Gallery Restaurant
Creole local Cuisine with excellent hibiscus Juice, Creole –style crayfish, agouti and manicou. The restaurant is suited on the banks of the Pagua River, overlooking the Carib Territory.
Location: Concord
Tel: 767 445 7636

Coconut Beach Hotel Restaurant
Overlooking the twin peaks of Cabrits National Park across Prince Rupert Bay and the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy local tasty Creole cooking. Experience Serenity of sunsets while sipping exotic cocktails and local punches.
Location: Portsmouth (North)
Tel: 767 445 5393

Corner House
A comfy and casual atmosphere, if you’re looking for a place with great food and drinks. Or just to surf the Internet, Corner House has fresh local and international dishes, homemade bagels, locally –roasted coffee. Special nights include the famous quiz night and happy hour.
Opening Hours: Mon 8:00am – 3:30pm Tues – Fri 8:00am – 4:00pm closed- Sat/Sun
Location: Roseau
Tel: 767 449 9000

Domcan’s Café
Domcan’s Café sits on a yellow sand beach, adjacent to veranda View Guest House in the small village of Calibishie. This unique café serves a selection of fresh local fruit juices, sandwiches, hamburgers, pizza, fish, chicken, beef, and mountain chicken.
Dining: Local and International Cuisine
Opening Hours: Daily 9:00am – 10:00pm
Location: Calibishie

Guiyave Restaurant
Relax midday with delicious fresh local juices. Specializing in Creole buffet cuisine (upstairs) and homemade ice, local patties and pastries (downstairs). Also open for breakfast.
Dining: local and international cuisine.
Opening Hours: Daily 7:30am – 10:30pm
Location: Cork Street, Roseau
Tel: 767 448 2930

La Robe Creole
This Dominican Restaurant is one of the oldest family run restaurant in the Caribbean and is currently in its 27th year of operation. The Creole Restaurant sits in the heart of Roseau, Dominica’s Capital city.
Dining: Local and international Cuisine
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 10:30pm
Location: Roseau – Bayfront
Tel:

Le Flambeau. Picard Beach Cottages
Situated on the water’s edge, the Le Flambeau serves local and international cuisine, fresh tropical juices and well – trained local staff.
Dining: Local and International Cuisine
Opening Hours: 7:00am – 10:00pm
Location: Picard, Portsmouth
Tel: 767 445 5131

Marquis de Bouille – Fort Young Hotel
Enjoy traditional dining with an old world charm to Creole and international Cuisine and sumptuous luncheon buffets. On Friday, visit the balas bar for the Caribbean night Happy Hours and buffet attracts islandwide guests.
Dining: local and International Cuisine
Opening Hours: 7:00am – 10:00pm
Location: Roseau (Bayfront)
Tel: 767 448 5000

Pearl’s Cuisine
Nestled in an old stone mansion in the heart of Roseau, with West Indian and Continental dishes including succulent crayfish in garlic butter, delicious stewed chicken, and vegetarian dishes are offered. Also enjoy fresh local juices, daily puddings and friendly service.
Dining: Local Cuisine
Opening Hours: Daily Mon – Fri 9:30am – 8:30pm, Sat 9:30am – 6:30pm
Location: Roseau
Tel: 767 448 8707

Perky’s Pizza
Opening Hours: Daily Mon – Thurs 9:00am – 11:00pm, Fri – Sat Midnight, Sun 10:00am – 11:00pm.
Location: Roseau
Tel: 767 448 1268

Port of Call
A cozy restaurant offering a wide variety of dishes sure to satisfy any appetite.
Dining: Local and International Cuisine.
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 9:00am – 11:00pm
Location: Roseau
Tel: 767 448 2910

Mountain View Restaurant & Bar
Nestled in the Morne Trois Piton Valley, Mountain View presents tasty international and local cuisine, Classy Souvenir Shop and other Amenities which includes full service wrap around bar.
Location: Pond Case
Tel: 767 449 2386

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Simple Sentences in Creole
What is your name? Sa ki non’w?
My name is Paul Nom mwen se` Paul
What is your age? Sa ki laj ou?
I am twenty years old. Mwen ni ven nannè
Good Day, Sir Bonn apwé midi
Good night Paul Bon Swé, Paul
What is your nationality? Ou sé moun hód ki péyi?
I’m a Dominican Mon sé yon sent Dominican
What do you want? Ki sa ou vié?
I want a drink. Mon vié yon bwé.
I am thirsty. Mon Swéf.
Give me some water, please. Ba mon tibwen glo souplé
I am hungry. Mon fen.
I am not hungry Mon pa fen.
I am going to eat my food Mon ka alé manjé manjé mon.
Where are you going? Wéla ou ka alé?
I am going to the market. Mon ka alé an laplas-la.
Where can I find a church Wela mon sa tape yon légliz?
Today is a beautiful day. Jódi sé yon bél jou.
It is raining Lapli ka tonbé.
It is very hot today. I byen cho jódi.
How much is it? Kouma pou sa?
I have no money Mon pa ni lajan.
Good day Bon Jou
Where is the toilet? Oti pwivi la
Thank you Mes
Goodbye Ovwa
How are you? Sa ka fete?
Months of the Year in Creole
January Janvyé
February Fevwiyé
March Mas
April avwi
May mé
June jen
July jwiyé
August awou
September sèptanm
October òktòb
November novanm
December désanm

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