Belle Mare Plage Private Villas
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- Swimming pool
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... many fields of sugar cane, beautifully ornate Tamil temples and wherever you looked you could see high volcanic mountains. All the vegetation looked green and lush. It was a very pleasant journey. We arrived at Trou D'Eau Douce, a small village on the east of the island where we were to board a boat to take us to Les Iles aux Cerfs. In fact, to our surprise, there was a fleet of speed boats to take us to the island. The journey took no longer than ...
... same either.
Hopefully I’ll sleep tonight. We’ll have services tomorrow afternoon at 2:30, and I will give a message on the necessity of “Being Prepared” for the Feast, drawing on the analogy of BP (Baden Powell, founder of the Scout Movement) whose motto was not British Petroleum” – another “BP”– but “Be Prepared” !
Hope you all are. I certainly am! It’s been a pleasure talking to ...
... the Church.
After they left for home, I walked down the main street of Quatre Bornes to the Happy Raja, a very pleasant Indian restaurant. I particularly appreciate Indian cuisine and eat it most days, sometimes twice a day when I’m in Mauritius where such restaurants are plentiful and usually inexpensive. I used to eat it three times on some days, but the Gold Crest has stopped offering vegetable curry as part of its breakfast ...
Mauritius... Where to start? Should it be with the fact that I have over 1,000 bug bites on my body? The unlicensed taxi drivers that we encountered? The water taxi drivers that make it a hobby to rip SAS students off? Or should I start off with how beautiful the island was and that I hope to one day have a vacation home there (why not dream big)? I guess I'll just start from the beginning. I woke up Tuesday morning and opened my window expecting to see a gorgeous, sunny ...
... after which we were very grateful for the cold swimming pool. We had an unexpected snack of a strange Mauritian polenta cake and some vanilla tea, brought to us by the pool, and lunch of a baguette with ham, cheese and achar (vege pickle) assembled from ingredients bought at the supermarket, Monop, across the road. The suite we´re in has a small kitchen, including a full sized fridge, which is very handy. Darren had a sleep while I read and then battled with ...