Bolo’s… The BEST Fish Tacos in Dominica!

On our last full day in Dominica, we headed up the hill as usual in our ever faithful JR Pajero to Pagua Bay Bar and Grill for our Breakfast and Bloody Mary’s along with a Mojito¬† for the road. After enjoying our food and beverage while overlooking the beautiful Pagua Bay and chatting away with Alicia we decided we would drive towards the northern part of the island and later on in the afternoon meet both Rick and Alicia at a little place called Bolo’s in Anse De Mai for a few drinks, some laughs and of course Bolo’s famous fish Tacos. Each day after Breakfast Alicia would give us a chilli bin full of ice and some brews, not to mention a couple of waters also.

So around 3pm after stopping in at a few of the bays and beaches we met at Bolo’s and the fun began. The girls had wine and the boys, well they were on the Rum with beer chasers in-between! I did at least have a taste and I would have to say that it is a force not to be reckoned with!

Bolos is situated in a little fishing port so there was plenty going on for a sunny Saturday afternoon.

These boys were a little shy when it came to having their photo taken but they eventual came too. And then there were others who wanted their photo taken again and again and again!

This chap loved having his photo taken!

Taco Time!

Bolo's Famous Fish Tacos for a steal at just 5EC

After a couple of these each and a few more wines Dave and I were introduced to the game of Dominoes. It was girls vs boys with the girls being the winners of course, but fun was had by all.

The boys, Dave with Bolo in the middle and Rick.

Dave and I with Bolo

I even made friends with a local Donkey, he was pretty keen on trying some of my wine!

After Dominoes a few drinks, several Tacos and lots of laughing it was time to move to the next stop of the afternoon with Rick and Alicia.


Characters of Antigua

While spending time in Antigua we came across many interesting people and some cool sights.

One of my favourites was this little girl who sells Coconuts and Pineapples on the weekends.

Here is her little stall, she will chop open a coconut for you on a hot sunny day and give you what ever coloured straw that you would like to drink it’s cool refreshing liquid. Once finished she then chops it into pieces for you. You can have your coconut and eat it too!

I couldn’t not put her little cat on here, too cute!

This was the best Jerk Chicken I have found in Antigua! The chicken is piping hot with a yummy crispy skin and a grilled flavour to die for. Samson her cat supervisors the cooking process and likes to have his photo taken too.

The Survivors! You can catch them at Bumpkins on a Saturday from 4:30pm, enjoy an ice cold beer whilst listening to come of their cool tunes!

A couple of homes that caught my attention.

This is Jacko, he is famous for his Donkey Taxi. Donkey is not so keen on swims.

Big Mommas Kitchen! You can find Big Momma down at Pigeon Beach every Sunday, as you can see on her chalk board she has a range of mouth watering Caribbean dishes. Her Jerk Pork is pretty good!

As mentioned in my last post, Jackees Qwik Stop is one of our favourite places to eat! You won’t find Jackee herself there in the evening but you will find Tammy her daughter. She lets us take our own wine and her home-made hot sauce is some of the best you will find! It is not for the faint hearted!!!