180 Days In Dominica Ep10: Finale

180 Days in Dominica is a mini docuseries based on a Canadian's view on a beautiful, but rather unfamiliar island in the Caribbean. This episode is a finishing conclusion to my 6 month stay in Dominica.

12 Comments on "180 Days In Dominica Ep10: Finale"

  1. blackiechan52 | April 13, 2015 at 5:22 pm | Reply

    Awesome series. Beautiful place.

  2. kimron david | April 16, 2015 at 2:15 am | Reply

    I enjoyed your series…I am dominica and so are you

  3. Enjoyed the series greatly

  4. Kieran Esprit | April 25, 2015 at 4:37 pm | Reply

    PERFECT !!

  5. Christine Grey | April 26, 2015 at 10:30 pm | Reply

    Great, excellent, thought provoking clips.☺

  6. Dominica is really beautiful if you have eyes to see NATURE. For strictly
    “city dwellers” it may be more difficult to enjoy the incredible beauty
    found in Dominica. When we were there, over 20 years ago there was open
    sewage in Portsmouth. However, we adapted and absolutely LOVED it! Dominica
    has a LOT to offer! I’m very grateful for the time I got to spend there!
    I’m also very grateful for this wonderful video series! Thanks so very

  7. megazekemeister | May 6, 2015 at 12:39 pm | Reply

    Beautiful series, beautiful island, beautiful people. I don’t think I will
    ever get the chance to visit this beautiful place, so thank you so much for
    your videos. It feels like the happiness of the Dominican is contagious
    even over the internet 🙂
    Peace and Love from Jerusalem!!

  8. This was such a great docuseries!
    My family is from Dominica so I really enjoyed watching this.
    Much Love

  9. Rhonnel Registe | May 24, 2015 at 5:59 pm | Reply

    I really love this. Excellent work my girl you really captured the best of
    my Dominica. I’m lost for words.

  10. Awesome series! I always wanted to travel to Dominica but now its a must.
    Thank you for sharing your journey

  11. I’ll be visiting Dominica for the first time on Dec 17th. Watching your
    videos have only built up the excitement, I cannot wait to go. It just
    looks like such a beautiful island with a rich culture. I am sure I will
    enjoy every minute of my trip there. Thanks Keasha for showing us how
    unique your island is. :)

  12. You did an absolutely amazing Job showcasing my island.

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