Belle Mare Plage Private Villas
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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 ...
... Paris, on Thursday, I tried to rest but even though my body was tired, the wheels in my mind kept turning and I had a mostly sleepless night. Yesterday, I left my hotel in CDG at noon and proceeded to Terminal 2E where I waited for 10 long hours for my flight to board. I spent some of that time studying, some watching people. It always fascinates me. Such a variety of many different types of bodies and shapes and personalities. Some confident, some shy, some ...
... startling effect. When I gently explained the problem to her she politely apologized and was much more careful. In any event I didn't sleep too much, but did make some progress on a Dorothy Dunnett book. I’m getting close to the end of the Niccolò series, and I’ll miss those when I’ve finished them all.
There were quite of number of young Nordic-featured couples, slender and handsome, on board, but I didn’t ...
... to a 220 year old home called Eureka in the town of Moka. Our goal these days is to not get stuck on long excursions, allowing us an opportunity to explore the city as well (if we think it is a city worth exploring).
Having done our research on Casela over the past 2 days, it sounded like one of the top attractions in Mauritius. What the research didn't tell you was that it really is just a zoo and not a big one at that. ...
... that we went to the fruit and veg market to stock up and to the meat market. Ended up buying lots of chicken (freshly dead) and a 8lb cone fish ready for BBQ'n! After buying a cheeky pair of 2 quid 'Ray Bun' sunglasses we were off home! Everyone was pretty knackered but we still managed to knock up a BBQ to cook our fish and then we all sat down to watch one of the knock off DVD's we bought before heading to ...