john tiong chunghoo
Travel Haiku - Dominica (Caribbean) - Poem by john tiong chunghoo
they take the plunge
to get away from the human tide
she asks what's there in theCaribbean
with no beaches
in the midst of a sperm whale
no great beach but this other
this Caribbean gem shines
with hot springs, waterfall, rainforests
April marks the end of the Caribbean's high season—and prime time for great deals. If your ideal vacation doesn't entail lazing on the beach, try the tiny, oft-overlooked isle of Dominica. Known as the nature island of the Caribbean, Dominica has virtually no beaches but instead a rugged and wild interior perfect for adventure seekers. Hike through verdant rainforest to waterfalls and backcountry hot springs; snorkel through waters filled with tiny bubbles streaming from volcanic fissures; and watch sperm whales, which reside off Dominica's shores all year.
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