Nature’s call to the senses

If you come to Dominica, for a day or for like me, for longer, be ready to get in touch with your sensuous side: the overpowering smell of sulphur on the challenging Boiling Lake hike, the incessant night sounds rising from the steamy tropical rainforest, the heavenly juicy sweet taste of a mango never to be found in a Sainsbury’s in Clapham.

Or you could experience your weary body being melted by the steamy sulphur water as you gaze hypnotically at the full moon aglow over the river in the spa village of Dominica, Wotton Waven. The options to become a multi-sensorial being are limitless.

Or you could, like me, be sitting in the Botanical Gardens minding your own business and be nudged by a curious object beneath my throw on the ground. Peeling it back, this is what I found!

A Curious Find

A Curious Find


~ by gyandhara on July 23, 2008.

2 Responses to “Nature’s call to the senses”

  1. Hilarious, Dominica is definitely a “fertile” island 🙂

  2. Hi Marth – how are you sweetie? I’m not sure if this is best way to contact you now. Shall I send you an invite for the weddding in november? I don’t have a postal address for you.
    xx Fi

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