WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL CRASK Major hurricane Maria, a category five storm, hit Dominica on 18th September. It made landfall on the mid-east coast near Good Hope and travelled across the middle of the island at around 9mph. Sustained wind speeds were measured at 220mph. In just a few hours, Maria brought destruction toContinue reading
WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL CRASK If you take the turning from Calibishie to Pointe Baptiste, straight on past the chocolate factory, the road will end and be replaced by a trail. Walk through the low coastal scrub along a clear path and then down some steps to the expansive coastal formation known as RedContinue reading
WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL CRASK With justification, this is Dominica’s signature trail and the one all visiting hikers want to walk (or at least should want to walk). Although it is just a single-day, there-and-back hike, in my view it beats all 14 segments of the Waitukubuli National Trail, hands down, and can rightlyContinue reading
Post Hurricane Summary
All roads are clear, airport and ferry port are functioning normally, most of the island is still without power. Around half of the island’s hotels remain closed due to damage, trails and sites are being cleared. Dominica Strong.
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