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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 ...
... So I don't suppose that is a lot of help in keeping the weight down- temptation is hard to resist.
We continue to enjoy the entertainment and dancing at night time with the occasional visit to the cinema.
A bit of excitement today when all the ship's generators failed, but six officers and two craftsmen soon sorted it out.Ah well back to the deck chairs and ...
... Flic-en-Flac. It’s a nice and quiet beach, and the great thing is that most SAS students don’t go there. So you don’t have to deal with lots of wandering, loud, drunk college kids (that’s not every port during the day, but it was definitely this one if you were at Grand Bay). We spent the day laying out, swimming (be careful of the coral; accidents from that are the number one injury on the ship), and just chatting. It was nice ...
... 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, ...
... was preformed in an effort to save her. When her son arrived they decided to take her off life support because she was not going to get any better after four days in the hospital. The nurse practitioner gave this talk to share her story and to make us aware of some of the good and bad things that occurred throughout this experience involving the hospital, India, and the rest of the shipboard ...