Residence Tropic Appart'Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and warm while walking but most of the shops were air conditioned so that cooled us off a bit.
We walked along the sidewalk near the beach and could see surfers enjoying the large waves. Even though there was a sign posted "No swimming, no surfing" because of sharks. Maybe the sharks were busy somewhere else that day.
We did not last long in town as there was not much to really see or do. The best part ...
... we headed off on our own, passing through the Place du Général De Gaulle fronting the town hall. We then walked down main street looking for a restaurant. We finally found one, back at the drop off point for the shuttle. A quick meal and we headed back to the ship.
So much for Réunion. I think this is a place you need to spend a few days at, but only if you want to go swimming. Time to cruise the Indian Ocean on our way to ...
... the Air Mauritius lounge. So we had a nice dinner and glass of Bordeaux while we waited for the 21:45 flight to Reunion. I went online and checked our mail and got caught up on some work while we waited.
The half-hour flight to Reunion left on time and was fairly full. Thankfully on arrival in Reunion everyone was tired including the emigration customs agents. They simply stamped our passports and let us in and there was no customs hassle. Mr. ...
... br> Overall we have had the most amazing experiences travelling throughout eastern and southern Africa. We would strongly recommend travelling to these awesome places.
In June we leave Australia for Sth America and intend writing a new blog for these adventures. Hope you have enjoyed reading our blog. We, ourselves,
look forward to reading it all once we get home.
Ps. We hope to put some photos on here as soon as we get time back home.
Today was our
longest driving day and we were on a lot of very narrow windy roads again. We
left Cilaos and drove continually downhill along the road we had freaked out
coming up 2 days before. It didn’t seem near as scary this time and also we
seemed to have the chance to observe the fantastic scenery. Back in St Louis,
which was a lot more busier than when we last went through we travelled south
to the unfortunately named town of Le Tampon before ...