Gastehaus Bellevue Tamarin
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... the hotel and stepped into the rental area. I was immediately greeted by a shirtless man with a guitar that had a slight South African accent. He must have stared at my boobs for a good 15 seconds before acknowledging me. No brownie points for you, dude.
I explained that I was interested in paddle boarding. He said that he was an instructor and he would take me out and show me how to do it. Five minutes later we were on our way.
He taught me the basics of ...
... she brought out a French Press. Then asked me if I wanted eggs and how I wanted them cook.
Now this is the part of travelling where Americans are the most ignorant. Because eggs aren't the same everywhere and neither is coffee. I had a friend at one point that refused to try any new restaurant unless whomever she was with had been there before. She just couldn’t imagine looking like she didn’t know what she was supposed to do. In Psychology, this is termed Schema. ...
... dive or passively soak in the sun.
We arrived near my new hotel. As we drew closer, I realized that it was not the typical place that I book. Usually, they are small and simple. I don’t need anything fancy as I prefer to spend my money on more interesting things…like shopping.
I always have a rational explanation to why I pick a city or place.
As the driver explained to me the area, I looked around. Although beautiful, ...
... We ''talked'' about our hourses and after some troubles Lara and I working now in shifts 6 days a week. one is doing the morning shift: 7.30-13.30 the other one 12.30-18.30 so much better now only we don;t have free during the week the same time.. so Aisha is a really support for both of us.
After the 15 days work we were finally of and I was really excited because I went diving with Deborah (who just finished her open water course) and her collegeaus: ...
... the people seem really nice here, they all speak really good English because it is the official language in Mauritius. But some people here also speak French, Chinese, Creole, and a few more. The population in Mauritius is 1,213,764 and the area of Mauritius is 2040 sq. km. When I was on the bus it was really stuffy because they are quite old buses, I just couldn't wait until we get to the hotel. When we arrived ...