Dewdrops on Vine
Do something to help when you visit: Bring school supplies in your suitcase (you'll need room for things you take back anyway!) and take them to a local primary school. School supplies are lacking here and this is a fun way to help. Or email us, we will make sure your donations go to school. Thank you.
Are you in the medical field? Princess Margaret Hospital needs all of those usable things thrown away in American medical settings. Save supplies and bring them down. You'll have room to take back our delicious local coffee! Email us, we will make sure your donations go to the right place.
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Restaurants: La Maison, La Robe Creole, Guyave, Sister Sea, Papillote, Sutton Hotel, Beau Rive, Tamarind Tree, Evergreen Hotel, Fort Young, The Mousehole (try Roti!).

Things to do: Screw's Mineral Baths in Wotten Waven, Syndicate Trail, The Carib Territory, Snorkeling at Champagne Beach, Titou Gorge, Trafalgar Falls, Botanical Gardens, Whale Watching, Soufriere Pool, Tour plantation ruins at Bois Collete, Swim at Donkey Beach, Celebrate Creole in early November.

Places for Music: Jazz Tuesdays at the Garraway Hotel, Saaman Gardens on Thursdays.

Visit: Caribbean Land and Property
Places to Stay: Silks, Zandoli, Fort Young, Crescent Moon, Papillote, Beau Rive.

Foods to try: Provisions (an assortment of local root vegetables), Plantain, Breadfruit, Sorrel, Guava, Sour Sop, Passion fruit, Coconut Water, Cristophene. And Banana is our biggest export!

Things to buy to take home: Carib Baskets, Mats, Spices and Flavored Rum at the Ruins (next to *Old Market* in Roseau), Local Honey, Coffee, Rum, Jams, Hot Sauces, Soaps, and Herbal Products, Buy Dominican, not imports.
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