When we travel in foreign countries, 9 times out of 10 we don’t rent a car to sightsee. We do this because we don’t want to miss any of the subtle sights that we may see along the road, not to mention driving in formerly British ruled countries (and Japanese) you have the steering wheel on the right and you drive on the left—it can become very confusing especially when you meet a roundabout in the road.
As we settled in to our stay at the Rosalie Bay Eco Resort and Spa in Dominica, We began to explore our surroundings. There were several different clusters of rooms in buildings mimicking old island style homes, but they were more prepared for hurricanes than your typical buildings.
During the month of May I had been scheduled to take a repeat of my Indigo/Katazome workshop in Japan. Sadly the Japanese Prime Minister decided the country was not ready to reopen due to an increase in the Covid count. I had an American Airlines credit that had to be used before October so we decided to get out of town.
Last month, my husband and I decided to take a three day getaway in our RV and camp at a Florida state park that we had not visited before. We selected Jonathan Dickinson State Park, on the east coast. The park was a leisurely three hour drive from Naples using Florida byways, heading northeast to the city of LaBelle with a lunch stop at LaBelle Brewing Company, a favorite of ours.