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Archive for June, 2007


Guest of 3-Rivers Dominica now have the opportunity to stay in the homes three families in the village of Grand Fond, through the 3 Rivers new community homestay programme. A great addition to 3-Rivers community based activities, giving guest a chance to experience the true Dominican living. What a great idea by the Jem Winston and his team at 3-River Eco-Resort.

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As part of our community based eco tourism products, we are delighted to offer the latest real life eco experience, our Grand Fond Village home stay programme.

Following the success of our various community based eco tourism day time actvities, we now offer guests the opportunity to expereince true village life, as seen by a Dominican, through our community eco tourism homestay programme.

Below you can select the name of the family, click on it and you will see some information about the family, the home, and the way that they normally spend their time.

The families have asked to be in the programme, and stays are normally limited to one night in order not to disrupt family / village life.

If the way they live sounds interesting to you, then why not book one night staying with them in their home in the beautiful village of Grand Fond, Dominica.
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Learn about the families taking part in the 3-River Eco- Resort Village Homestay Programme.

These three families are willing to open their homes to anyone who wants to experience Dominican Cooking and lifestyle through the 3-Rivers village homestay programme. So if you’re looking to experience a Dominica stay-over here is your perfect opportunity. It would be interesting to see how many people di sign-up for the programme. Nonetheless I believe guest will enjoy this programme.

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After so much procrastination, Liuda (veselo.info) and I finally got on a bus and decided to go visit our friends Dan and Ruth Tanner in Calibishie, who are on their usual annual visit to Dominica. But by this time next year Dan and Ruth will be permanent residents of Dominica. Yep! They built a small house in Calibishie and will spend the rest of their baby boom years on this beautiful island.

Calibishie is a small village on the North-East Atlantic side of Dominica, which has developed into one of the more popular tourist base communities on the island. Maybe it’s because of the many breathe taking views and beaches nearby. The village shelters some of finest restaurants, local souvenir shops and lodging accommodations like Calibishie Lodges.

As soon as we arrived at Calibishie Dan and Ruth took us took us to one of the nearby beaches on Pointe Baptiste. It’s so beautiful there. Take a look!

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Now I understand why Dan and his wife Ruth made Calibishie their choice to spend their remaining years. The Tanners are not the only Americans who have expatriated from the U.S and made Dominica their new home. There are also fellow bloggers like Jennifer and her husband (Mr. Wizard) of living Dominica and Paul of Living Island. There is just something magical about this island that makes you always wanting to come back. Here is a open invitation…come experience Dominica for yourself 🙂

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It’s no surprise that Dominica made Island Magazine top 20 best islands to live on. There are only few a islands in the Caribbean which have the exotic natural beauty that Dominica holds. Don’t get me wrong all the Caribbean islands are beautiful in their own unique way, but Dominica just have this natural vibe that the other islands don’t have. Come to Dominica and “Defy the Everyday” notion of a Caribbean vacation should be like.

Dominica – The Nature Isle

“An emerald isle tucked into the Windward’s between Guadeloupe and Martinique. Dominica is an oasis of national parks and forest reserves. Its flavor is a little French, a little British and a little Creole, and it‘s less expensive than many other Caribbean landfalls. But the major attraction is pure, green living.”

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