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There is something about our Dominican sunrise, the first few hours of the morning that make us feel cleansed and rejuvenated, ready to move forward enthusiastically. Many traditions consider the light of the rising sun to be particularly divine in its origins; this is why so many people in the world face east when performing ritual.

But as the day wears on, we lose some of this dynamic energy and the inspiration it provides.This is may be why when thing are not going well we look forward to tomorrow as providing the possibility of renewal. We too can cultivate that rising sun energy inside ourselves, carrying it with us to light our way through any time of day or night.

One simple way to do this is to carry a photograph of your favorite rising sun with us in our wallet or purse. We can also post this image on our wall at work or at home, or have it as our screensaver on our cellphone or computer. And just take a moment to gaze at the image, allowing its light to enter into our hearts.

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Winter Sun, an online travel column in the UK Telegraph Newspaper has chosen 10 destinations that answers the needs of 10 types of vacationers who have but one thing in common. They like it hot ❗ Dominica was chosen second by Winter Sun destinations for its dramatic natural landscapes and lush greenery. Here is why Dominica was chosen as the 2nd Winter Sun destination.

To experience the Caribbean’s natural landscapes at their most dramatic. Rent a Jeep, put on your walking boots and you will discover a towering interior covered in dense rainforest, thundering waterfalls and hidden, boiling lakes. Guides will take you to spots where you can view rare wild parrots and agouti (giant rodents), but you can also rely on visits from hummingbirds at the island’s eco-friendly guesthouses. Dominica does have some spectacular beaches on its north coast, but they are likely to be a long drive from where you will be staying. The beaches and the island’s welcoming Caribs – the Caribbean’s last remaining indigenous tribe, with its own protected territory – appeared in the recent Pirates of the Caribbean films.

Aside from being green and beautiful, 2008 is a good year to visit Dominica, as Dominica celebrates it’s 30 year Reunion of independence from Britain, with events, such as a national hike, running throughout the year. If you’re wondering – how can I get to Dominica? Fly to one of the main Caribbean islands, such as Antigua or Puerto Rico, and then take an inter-island flight on to Dominica. With a good connection, total traveling time is about 11 hours on a good day. 😎

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