Ti Fleur Soleil
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... there was a bar and stuff and then outside was like these two little trampoline looking things and you could sit on them and hangout. We started sailing in the rain and even though it was raining it was soooo fun! Probably the best thing we could have done with this type of weather! I think now if it did not rain I would have regretted the catamaran choice because I would have not been able to explore the beautiful island but since it rained ...
... place where he set me up with kayaking, a glass bottom boat trip and snorkeling off a boat all for free through his friend. I tried tipping his friend but he said to just buy him a beer when I saw him next. How nice! Rajen kindly drive me all over Grand Bay for the first few days and tried to make my experience a good one which was extremely nice and unexpected, but he was slightly obsequious about it which made me feel uncomfortable and I didn't want to be a burden. I also ...
... was a probability that there was indeed some hidden. If I was a pirate, I definitely would have found a cave in that forest.
I had lunch at a tourist café that wasn’t good and was way too expensive.
Then we just cruised the coastal road back home.
When I arrived back at the River House, it was again sunny. I didn’t feel like going for the sun set so I just settled in for the night, content to sip my drink and watch the light change over the river.
... week’s dinner!!!
And again…I went back to my hotel and went to sleep.
The following morning I went back to the Dive Shop. Anil, my first instructor, was to be my buddy again.
We got everything into the boat and as we were making our way to Stella Maria (the wreck), he explained to me the different hotels and the activities along the coast. At one point he made some off-handed remark about being my fiancé for the day. I rolled my eyes ...
... of rainfall but is still quite warm. Curepipe is well know for the shops and the volcanic crater called the Trou Aux Cerfs crater, and was formed millions of uears ago by volcanic activiy. From the top of this volcano one can see most of Mauritius and this is where many tourists like to take photos. As we drove into Curepipe there were so many people! No wonder, as there is 80,000 residents in Curepipe! As we went up to ...