PHOTO OF THE DAY: A hike through nature

Photo by Irvin Jackson

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21 Comments

  1. dominican abroad
    September 11, 2011

    I invite all of our domincan brothers and sister to come home asoon as one can to enjoy D.A. dont wait, dont come home to die, come home to enjoy life quick, man. IN THE NAME OF ROBERT N. MARLEY.

  2. dominican abroad
    September 11, 2011

    this area is at the hiegth of pte michel going up towards gomier,, no mistake about it .[] google it man

  3. ROSEAU.
    September 11, 2011

    No place is sweeter than home. Bring back the milk and honey,embrace, cherrish,protect, work it,and do not kill it without it we all go down. Make no mistake this is GRANDFOND height the best of the East. Without a doubt! Any haters willing to sound off? Go right ahead eat your heart out.PEACE!

  4. blast me
    September 10, 2011

    it ashame that too will be history to we.soon.

  5. manchester royal RAF
    September 10, 2011

    it looking like coffee road to me almost close to the mervin hall airport next side the river lol

  6. GSS school leaver-19
    September 9, 2011

    Looks like the first leg of the trail leading up to Sari Sari falls in Laplaine.

  7. PlainTalk
    September 9, 2011

    That looks like a portion of Road in Syndicate but no matter where this is, it is touch of nature and beautiful .

  8. September 9, 2011

    Can someone tell me where in DA that is

    • Anonymous
      September 10, 2011

      marigot

    • The G
      September 10, 2011

      Mopo………in the heights of Grand Bay

  9. forreal
    September 9, 2011

    please people stop rushing your comments,take some time to correct your spellings before posting your comments,no hard feelings,do not take it like its a criticism,i am not that kind a person.

  10. dominican abroad
    September 9, 2011

    yES MAN THEM RED ANTS WILL EAT YOU LIKE BLOOD PUDDING MAN, ON A SATURDAY AT THE ROSEAU .

    • %
      September 11, 2011

      All you can make people laugh eh!

  11. BIG
    September 9, 2011

    beautiful dominica!! Reminds me so much of the melville Hall Airport!!

    • woyyy
      September 9, 2011

      LOL. u are a case.. i seeing the LIAT for true.

      • ANTIGUAN
        September 11, 2011

        LOL

  12. Crazy
    September 9, 2011

    @BIG – doesn’t that remind you of the Windsor Park Stadium?

  13. henri
    September 9, 2011

    please don’t bring back the memories of the red ants or even tack-tack, i’d rather remember the roast yam while picking up coals or catching sewick and roasting them one time. These were the days

  14. tiny
    September 9, 2011

    yes, you all see the small road. pretty soon the area will become a residential one..how i know this ..it’s because it’s a banana plantation and the road size is gonna remain the same

    nice to see Dominicans nature though

  15. icemiilk
    September 9, 2011

    TIS REMINDS ME OF MY DAYS THAT I USED TO GO GARDEN.THOSE DAYS USED TO BE FUN.

  16. D/a Massive
    September 9, 2011

    This is what makes Dominica, Dominica! Freedeom, greenery, fresh air and water; although not seen here, free fresh fruits, and red ants. ha ha ha…..

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