By on April 26, 2013

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On the menu: Sustainable fish and seafood. Options will depend on what’s fresh and available, but will include everything from smoked salmon burritos for breakfast to seafood chowder in bread bowls, crab patties and lobster mac ‘n’ cheese.

Where: South side of Slater, just east of O’Connor street  (in front of the EDC building)

When: Weekdays from about 5 a.m. to about 5 p.m. It will roam to special events on weekends

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The stunningly beautiful Trafalgar Falls, located in the Trois Piton National Park!!😍😍

These famous twin waterfalls are a 20-minute drive from Dominica's capital, Roseau. It's a short 10 to 15 minute walk along a well-maintained path to the viewing platform, where you can photograph both falls.

Fun fact: The smaller waterfall has cool refreshing water, whereas the tall one is a hot spring.💧🔥

Dominica's natural beauty is endless!!😍
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After some incredible snorkeling in Toucari Bay with @wanderlustcaribbean we needed some well deserved substance to refuel our bodies! 🤿🐟🐠🏝
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The Keep'in It Real restaurant was the ideal eatery for some tasty snapper 🐟 with all its delicious trimmings (local greens, fried plantains, fritters with some rice and beans). 
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To wash it all down, some local Rum with passion fruit juice 😋 🍹
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This is what experiencing a new destination should be like...amazing adventures, delicious food and connecting with like-minded enthusiasts!!😍🤗
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