Belle Mare Plage Private Villas
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... place day and night. It's formal night tonight (they haven't had any cos of port days) had a look at the prices in the spa. My hair is beginning to look like the Dulux dog again. Decided to trim my fringe myself, it's ok, just enough to keep me going a couple more weeks. Well talk about a blast from the past!!! Tonight's entertainment, Bernie Flint. Remember him from Opportunity Knocks back in the 70's? I can tell you he is brilliant, ...
... and even the classroom in the attic where I used to be in Form I. We took some photos as souvenirs. Unfortunately, we did not meet any teachers or the principal Jerry Lee who used to be our teacher. No nuns in sight. It was a really great day, taking us back to our childhood memories. It rained when we left and we were exhausted. As soon as we hit Port Louis, it was sunny as usual. Rainy Curepipe and sunny Port Louis. That's why I was so happy when we moved to Port ...
We started back to the Prodigues’ home stopping at the southern tip of the island so I could have a look at the surf pounding near some interesting rock formations called the “crying rock” (always damp from the surf) and the “praying woman” (it does look like such a silhouette) which I had never seen before.
Finally as the sun turned the horizon red, we pulled into their driveway and took our leave. ...
... We didn't test this though there is a famous photo of a baby sat on one which I could recall.
The gardens are home to lots of spice trees and Akbar had us sniffing handfuls of leaf and bark of cinnamon, clove,incense and camphor and explaining all their medicinal effects and side effects. There were also ponds of lotus flowers and stands of giant bamboo that grow 25cm a day It was a wonderful hour and to cap it all he ...
Not too much to update right now, but Mauritius was so much fun. We were only there for two nights and it really felt like we just got there when it was time to leave. The boat was in port in Port Louis, which was a little waterfront city that reminded me of a less developed, smaller version of Cape Town. A lot of the scenery looked similar, with a city on the water and green hills and mountains in the background. About 4 or 5 days before we ...