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... want to include some exercise/walks while on vacation. Since it's winter in Mauritius, morning and evening walks would be ideal and when we are at the beach house, walks on the beach sounds wonderful! Can't mess up my weight loss too much since I have actually exceeded my goal!
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... on a quieter road to get to Manheim, where the B&B was, and it was nice, then when we got closer, we followed the GPS and so glad we did. Saw gorgeous country roads, pretty farms and even went across out first covered bridge. Found the B&B, Country Vistas, and welcomed by steve, who showed us around, let us get settled in then offered to take the kids on a pony ride (the pony was 2 fingers short of being a horse so big enough). It was ...