Cape Diem Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... but they have to take these tough decisions for the longer term.
In our capitalist society the strong survive and prosper and the state supports those unable to look after themselves but when 80% of the population have been ill treated for 500 years and there is no money for government aid then unusual decisions have to be taken.
So goodbye from us and hope we shared something of our enthusiasm for the small part of this massive continent that we have ...
... an igloo.
After the last business visit, we had two rooms for us to change. One for the girls and the other for the guys. After we checked in at the airport, we found out that the plane was unable to fuel so the flight was delayed for about 90 minutes. All the while, we were thinking that we will miss the flight at London because the layover was aobut 2 hours. The ...
The other campgrounds we stayed at were Satara and Balue which are in the middle to north of the park and then on our last night we stayed at Bergendal which is right next to the southern gate. It took us a whole day just to drive through the park from where we were in the morning on our last day to the gate we had came in through and were planning on exiting through. Since it was so late in the afternoon we decided to stay the night at Bergandal. I ...
Brad's friend from work met us at the hotel and gave us a warm welcome to Mauritius. I loved the airport with its new modern, feel generating further excitement and its lovely christmas decorations. A good reminder that we are on our way to a christmas celebration we have not experienced before.
To the children's credit I don't think I heard one complaint from either of them the whole trip. At the hotel Meg and Chris ...
... shark dive. At this point the water was already rough and we had to hold on not to get thrown off the top. We didn't go to shark alley and dyer island since he said in the summer months they are in a costal reef. So we anchored the boat, dropped the cage and started to chum the water. It was pretty gross watching them hack up these massive tunas. Unfortunately Christina and I had chosen the wrong side of the boat. When the sharks started to come they were all on the opposite side. ...