Dominica, the green island
We wanted very much to get here and indeed it was as extraordinary as expected. Such an almost untouched island, but green hills, rainforest, rivers, hot springs, waterfalls and more waterfalls, everyday a rainbow and with it also some rain. The locals were very friendly, open, curious and helpful. On the first impression you might think that there is some poverty but on a second look you see actually how rich the people here are: water taps on every corner, rich soil for vegetables and fruits and safety. I would almost call it a precious paradise that hopefully stays like this. There is no international airport, so this might help and contribute to the preservation of Dominica.
We have been here for almost 3 weeks and it was a lot of fun, we were socially very active and Samuel joined and had fun and made friends. Hiking, singing, playing games, exploring, a lot of laughing and a lot of drinking (the rum punch in Dominica at Felix Bar is the best till now), interesting political and future conversations.
Thank you Dominica, we had a very good time and we will surely come back again.
Love and Peace
Nico and Rea