Dominica Living Website

If you haven’t found this little gem on my links, I thought I would bring it to your attention. It is the website of another Ross spouse on the island called Dominica Living. The site is well done and full of lots of information in great detail. Most of the blogging done by Ross students is focused on medical school, which is so helpful to students headed to the rock. Blogs done by spouses are fun to read because you see what the rest of do here on Dominica to keep busy. You can also find great survival tips on spousal blogs and get an idea what daily life in Dominica is like. Dominica Living is written from the perspective of a male spouse, which we need more of ! There are lots of men in the Ross community that are here supporting their wives in medical school or perhaps even working on campus. Male spouses can connect through the Ross Spouses Organization  but it seems that I keep meeting males spouses who report being here for several semesters, yet I’ve never seen them around. This topic could have it’s own post, but let’s stick to Dominica Living for now…

Dominica Living has newly updated it’s Travel Guide section which discusses great topics such as travel tips, airline options, transportation, places to eat, groceries and supplies. For all the outdoorsy types out there, there is a tab on fishing (including photos, videos, and tales), scuba  and explorations.  If you are considering attending Dominica’s carnival this year and have not made up your mind yet, check out some of last year’s photos on Dominica Living’s Photo tab. If you are considering renting a car anytime soon, you have to check out the driving tab.

Take a few minutes to browse Dominica Living and see what it has to offer. If you have another Ross blog that you like to read or have your own blog, please post it below so we can all enjoy it !

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About louisiana2dominica

Native New Orleanian relocated to the island of Dominica.
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