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... for landing. We finally arrived and we all made our way through customs. I seemed to be one of the last in line. I presented my customs card and passport. They asked where I was staying. In most cases, where I have prepared where I am staying, I have everything in a handy location to pull it out. However, that printout seemed to have gone missing and I suck at pronunciation.
End result? The customs official didn’t believe me.
I explained that the ...
... perfect under a bright blue sky with puffy white clouds. They asked a question about what if anything the Bible says about Africa in prophecy. I mentioned that there were a few indications and that I would give than more study and prepare a sermon or Bible Study on the subject. There will be a lot of interest for that topic.
We enjoyed a cup of coffee or tea, Mauritians mostly drink tea, as we talked and reflected on the ...
... the administrators planned fun activities for the extra day at sea- a dance party, a poolside BBQ with ribs and chicken, karaoke night, and movies. It did a pretty good job of distracting people from what they were missing- a day on a small, tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, but the thought of what we were missing was never far from our minds. And then..... lo and behold, the announcement came- we were to arrive in ...
... as good as a traditional southern BBQ, but much better than normal dinner on the ship. Notes on Mauritius (mainly for future SASers): The water taxis wait until they’re full so sometimes you’ll be sitting there for 45 minutes, however, depending on your mood, it beats the alternative of walking back to the ship. You can get pretty cheap pearls and scarves here, as well as cheap clothes. Go to Grand Bay over Flic-en-Flac. Do not pay more ...
... investigation on foot, we found ourselves a reasonably priced (3 star) resort which is largely empty and very nice indeed. It seems the combination of winter and the GFC has left Mauritius with a dearth of tourists... all to our advantage!
So apart from the sea, the sand, the fish, the tropical foliage, the lovely multi-lingual people..... there's the FOOD!!! Mauritian food is based on fresh produce, ...