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Visit of the market in Roseau, Dominica, organized by Seacat and presented by Moses Franklyn Part 1 is related to the fruits and vegetablres Caribbean Dream Destinations : The most important 4K & HD video platform about the Caribbean as an astounding tourism and cultural destination See our website www.caribbeandreamdestinations.com
Firstly, lets start off with what Dominica isn't. It's not the Dominican Republic and it's not your cliché Caribbean island. Consider it Costa Rica of the Caribbean, at least in my eyes. There is no other island in this sector that remotely resembles the sheer topography wow factor that Dominica possesses. This mountainous paradise is mostly volcanic and has very few manicured beaches therefore tourism has developed rather slowly. It has a dense rain forest, freshwater lakes, hot springs and jaw dropping waterfalls - I'm talkin' national geographic status! I managed to capture some shaky amateurish video of an uncharted black sand beach not even the locals or taxi drivers know about. We tend, I think, to romanticize poverty when it's surrounded by natural beauty. It's a country that's prou...
Roseau is the capital and largest city of Dominica. With a population of 16,582. It is a small and compact urban settlement, located within the Saint George parish and surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, the Roseau River and Morne Bruce. Built on the site of the ancient Kalinago Indian village of Sairi, it is the oldest and most important urban settlement on the island of Dominica. It is located on the west (leeward) coast of Dominica, and is a combination of modern and colonial (French Style) architecture. Roseau is Dominica's most important port for foreign trade. Some exports include bananas, bay oil, vegetables, grapefruit, oranges, and cocoa. The service sector is also a large part of the local economy. There is a prominent diocese called Roman Catholic Diocese of Roseau.
Roseau Market Tour is Saturday tour that explores the Heritage & Culture of the capitol city of Roseau along with Soft Adventure of Trafalgar Twin Waterfalls. The highlight is the authentic Roseau market where Dominican rural farmers sell their produce. Then off to the rushing waters of the hot and cold twin falls. The tour ends with authentic local heritage cuisine at Pearls Restaurant.
Published on Nov 20, 2014 180 Days in Dominica is a mini docuseries based on a Canadian's view on a beautiful, but rather unfamiliar island in the Caribbean. This episode is based on a few of the delicious, unique foods and dishes. Locally grown, caught and cooked fresh!
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Farmers Market Dominica http://www.fairs.org http://www.floydfolks.org & http://littlefamilyfarm.com 1-540-808-2880 - floydlcfgroup@gmail - PO box 179 Floyd,Virginia 24091 Follow us at http://www.twitter.com/n4usa Dominica Roseau Market - David & Gaynell Larsen have been visiting Dominica for the past 15 years or so doing Mission work for 'Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service' (FAIRS) http://www.fairs.org You can see the result of many of these visits at our video channel http://www.floydvideo.net Our main mission work is with the Dominica Amateur Radio Club assisting with disaster preparedness radio communications. We also help provide some medical supplies ad assist with feeding and childrens programs. Dominica is an island nation and borderless country in the Caribbe...
Dominica: Country number 8 of 10 on my Caribbean island hop by plane. This time I fly into Dominica: the Nature Isle. I see the capital, Roseau, and then take a drive to the north, seeing some of the destruction caused by Hurricane Erica, a year on.
My one year old baby meets his dad for the first time on the beautiful nature isle of Dominica! We go to the Roseau market and Trafalgar Falls and enjoy the local foods and drinks :) Instagram- @earthling.mama Facebook- Earthling Mama Music- Rhastafarian by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Stir it up (cover) by Kainoa Keanaaina is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Sulcus by tarassein is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Liesanne and Yuri, guests of Comfortel De