I’m sitting in the shade of a palm tree. In the far distance, I can see the Atlantic, the ocean that brought me to here to Dominica. There are two hummingbirds making a love dance in the tree next to me. They keep falling out of the sky. A fascinating show! Apart from all sorts of bird sounds, I can hear the river. The river where I had my refreshing morning shower. I don’t hear any traffic, rooster, or soca music. I’m off. the. grid. And I love it! I’m zipping a lemongrass-turmeric-cinnamon tea. Half an hour ago this tea fusion was still growing. I pulled it straight from the food forest.
http://theoceanpreneur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/eco-retreat-nature-dominica-36-of-49-1.jpg7181280Suzannehttp://theoceanpreneur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Ocean_layout3_blue.pngSuzanne2017-01-18 03:57:202017-08-05 23:43:16Becoming a wilderness women: Off the grid eco camp in Dominica