Ti Fleur Soleil
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... fortification ruins now on the grounds of a fancy hotel:
And happy hour at ...
... and some sort of fruit. They each come in separate containers with lids on a tray. They are sometimes awkwardly shaped, and don't fit directly under the designated container. Then there is the drink. That also must be located on the tray in a specific spot so that you don’t spill it or have a run in with your neighbors elbow, or since I had the aisle seat, more passengers. It can get awkward and frustrating. Especially when you first wake up.
After the meal, ...
The flight was long, 11 hours, made longer by a large number of babies on board, heading to family vacations in Mauritius. They made for a raucous chorus for several hours after takeoff and before landing. My in-ear headphones were even more appreciated that usual. When I tried to get some sleep after dinner, the 7 year-old French girl next to me who was reading with a flashlight, haphazardly flashed it over my closed eyes every couple of minutes ...
... t surfaced. I told Nicholas that back in Aussie we would call him a big sookie la la girl. He thinks that this is gold. Another wonderful meal and up to the room to pack for an earliy start in the morning.
· Early start to airport for flight to Cape Town
We arrived at Port Louis, Mauritius, home of the (now extinct) Dodo Bird, at 7:00 am this morning. From the harbour, the island looks very similar to many of the Hawaiian Islands. This is no coincidence, as Mauritius and Reunion are part of a volcanic chain, very similar to the Hawaiian Islands.
There are a few beach excursions available, but Tracey and I choose a 4 hour trip to Casela Nature & Leisure Park, followed by ...