‘Living a Healthy Life on the Nature Island’ featured on ‘Retirement and Good Living’ Web Site

Gwendominica is thrilled to hear Carimi (a Haitian Compas Band) warm-up before the start of the SUnday night show at the 17th annual WCMF.  Photo taken by Kim.

Gwendominica is thrilled to hear Carimi (a Haitian Band) warm-up before the Sunday night show at the internationally renowned World Creole Music Festival. Photo taken by Kim.

The folks at the Retirement and Good Living  website asked me to write a post about ‘retirement’ on   Dominica from my perspective.  I

Dominica is called the Nature Island for good reason - pristine rainforests, majestic mountains and beautiful rainbows are just part of the attractions!

Dominica is called the Nature Island for good reason – pristine rainforests, majestic mountains and beautiful rainbows are just some of the attractions!

was delighted to do so, of course! You will find it here!

Gwendominica at Titou Gorge which is the start of the Boiling Lake Trail near Laudat.  Photo taken by fellow 50+ hiking enthusiast, Liz.

Gwendominica at Titou Gorge which is the start of the famous and challenging Boiling Lake Trail near Laudat. Photo taken by fellow 50+ hiking enthusiast, Liz.

It is a pleasure

to contribute this article about my perspectives on  Dominica to  Retirement and Good Living.   This web site covers a range of important and relevant topics for those of us in what I call the “50+” category of life.  Subjects include travel, retirement locations, health, exercise, the latest news of interest to the older and wiser crowd, and more!  I’ve really enjoyed reading many fascinating and well-written pieces on their site.  Check it out!

Gwendominica really enjoys Creole Day . Photo taken by Izzy of Images Dominica.

Gwendominica really enjoys Creole Day . Photo taken by Izzy of Images Dominica.

Interested readers who might like  further information about  visiting or relocating to Dominica can  also refer to the following web sites for information: the Discover Dominica Authority; the Invest Dominica Authority Expat Blog Dominica ; Escape Artist Dominica ; and the Government of Dominica  web portal.

Who knows – maybe we’ll meet one day on the Nature Isle!

Gwendominica takes a 'sea bath' at Coconut Beach near Portsmouth.  Photo taken by Edwin.

Gwendominica takes a relaxing ‘sea bath’  in the calm Caribbean Sea at Coconut Beach near Portsmouth. Photo taken by Edwin.

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2 comments on “‘Living a Healthy Life on the Nature Island’ featured on ‘Retirement and Good Living’ Web Site

  1. Karen says:

    As usual, nice! And, as usual, thanks for plug. I am surprised though about comment re general ease of finding organic produce as that’s not been my experience — but I may not know where to look…… love, k.

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    • gwendominica says:

      Thanks Karen! And you are most welcome for the plug. Although perhaps not as stringent as American standards, I have encountered vendors from Giraudel in particular, there is also a lady in the Syndicate area, one I know of around Bells and others, especially of the Rastafarian faith who say that they do not use chemicals. I take their word for it generally. Sometimes I find other organic items in shops such as Fresh Vitamins and Astaphans. Food-wise, I think I do quite well, and am especially grateful for your selections! Cheers!

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