Belle Mare Plage Private Villas
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... apple crumble pie was fine too
Doug had Steak Dianne and Sour Cream Apple Crumble Pie.
After dinner we went to a show in the Cabaret Lounge with two guys from Mexico who played a variety of musical instruments – they were very good and well received.
Back to the cabin, I did a bit of the blog, uploaded some photos and then hit the sack after adjusting our watches back an hour and putting out our order for room service ...
... did look like that famous Gorilla.
As we continued our journey, the banter in the bus was great between us, including the driver who made a few unscheduled stops so we could view various fruits growing along the roadside. It made for a great atmosphere which continued throughout the day.
We arrived at Les Aubineaux, an impressive house built in 1872 from wood and with its turrets painted blue and white it was an imposing site as entered, the house ...
I have learnt quite a lot on Mauritius by doing this assignment. Everything I've learnt about the island, I've written in the blog. You can probably tell by reading my blog. It is surrounded by facts. The first thing I learnt about is food. The most incredible thing that I learnt about this topic is that all produce is grown locally on the island. It really amazed me how all these different ...
... of my fathers very large family still residing in Mauritius, have been visiting this paradise island since I was a teeny weeny little baby.
I'll admit that my visits have seen me return after longer and longer gaps away from the island, but I tell you, this must change! Every time I come back, I feel more and more drawn to my amazing family who always welcome me back with arms wide open.
The island, Tamarin in particular, has changed a lot in ...
... who wear British-style uniform, in the buses which are throwbacks to England 1960. We saw very few black people.
Hindu temples are common. They outnumber Christian churches and mosques (the dawn call to prayer in Mahebourg was the most beautiful I've ever heard). A feature of Mahebourg was the number of roadside shrines dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Votive candles were burning in some. Reminiscent of Venezuela.