Reptile Park


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Published: March 29th 2019
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This is how we like a lizards... big!
After seeing some wildlife near our hotel, our taste for adventure had been whet. The next morning we Headed for reptile Park about a half hour drive away. Sure enough we found dozens and dozens of snakes, lizards, Caymans, tortoises, turtles, fish and frogs (Much to Tiffany’s delight). Lunch with some very nice fish tacos in the town of Dominica, run by an American ex-pats. We then hit the beach again, the waves were much different in Dominica. The beach was much flatter so the waves came in for miles and miles. As they rushed back out, the sand but if your feet would become a wrote it in you to sink into the beach.
Dinner once again consisted of rice beans ham and cheese.Bedtime seems to be right after dark for both children and adults alike.


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The poison dart frog was Alexa’s favourite


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