Ti Fleur Soleil
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... soooooo looking forward to this part of the trip. Madagascar has been the number one spot that I have wanted to go to for years. I have not met many people that have been there and it just seems like such a wild place. I know that at times it is going to be very challenging, but I expect it to be one of the best adventures of my trip and I look forward to seeing what kind of things I can get into there and hopefully, how many amazing, uncrowded waves I can ...
... all my stuff ... except the clear plastic ziplock bag with my actual medication in it and asked me the same questions that the first guard asked. I told them I already answered those questions with the other officer and pointed at him. I knew I was being feisty but I didn't care. Whatever this "check" seemed to be was a joke and I was annoyed for being singled out. They even took out my perfectly packed trekking poles and started adjusting the height and playing with them and ...
... dinner wasn’t for another hour, but I could have a drink. I missed the sunset again. Mojito ordered and I sat back with my Kindle.
He was about 30 and small talked with me. Asked the usual questions and explained that he worked on a cruise ship. He met many Americans but few knew where Mauritius even was. It’s tragic we are so bad at geography.
A few minutes later he came back with another man. He explained that he talked to the Chef and because ...
... 12 hours. She explained the drunk tank as a giant room filled with 20 or so beyond drunk students who were breathalysed every few hours.
Safe to say the ship was displeased with our behaviour in Mauritius, and we all had to attend a “Mauritius reflection” the following night where the faculty complained about us. Ah well, it was really fun regardless!
You can start reading again now people who skipped.
So we took ...
... building housing the US embassy and took the elevator up. Leaving the elevator I was met by security guards who asked my business, phoned in, and then had me put my shoulder bag though a metal detector and turn off my cell phone.
A Mauritian officer of the embassy ask me through thick glass how she could help and I explained my need. She asked to see my passport and thumbed through it. "You already have had pages sewn in twice" she ...