Rusty Pelican La Gaulette Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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... of our island. Are there presentations: old machines related to the tea production, the services in the 19th century, photos, tables and documents introducing the knowledge of hundreds of different infusions.
To illustrate all, a tasting of the products of the Bois Chéri Tea range comes in a panoramic cottage with views on the field, a perspective of a nice body of water in an ancient crater and throughout the South of the island
... then returns and they open the dance floor. Imagine an outside party with live music and fantastic weather with people from around the world dancing to familair music being played to suit anyone from 18 - 80yrs old. These folks really understand the entertainment business. I am so impressed. Tomorrow we are going parasailing - hopefully I will be fit to write you about it afterwards...Good night God ...
... some promotion there because the opening is kind of a week? It is not really clear.. But I am looking forward to the opening from Riverland :)
This blog is really long but only last weekend left.. On Saturday I went with Lara to the botanical garden it was nice to see, but I still preview to have real nature and not but it in a park together for tourist.. After we had a bbq at our hous because it was the last week from Martin (the guy from denmark). It ...
... But the first day was a bust. What about the remaining days? Would we connect at all? If yes, then at what level? I wondered unexcitedly what these six weeks had in store for me.
The third evening was the ice-breaker. Somebody got out playing cards. It was the same feeling you get when you've been sitting trying to catch a fish for hours, and suddenly your hook catches a big one. The cards connected us all at a completely different level. It was ...
... Fortunately we had bought 2 litre of Tip Top Vanilla icecream from the supermarket (which also had Kiwifruit!)
Dad had invited his best friend and family, and we were interrogated about dancing. We were about to be introduced to Sega - the traditional Mauriitan dance. A tiny lounge was cleared back and the music turned up, and they were into it. And then us - to be laughed at many times. Finally about midnight they faded.
The evening ...