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This morning we slept in as long as we could in order to be ready for a 9:45 departure from the hotel. It was a cool morning, Marjolaine needed a sweater and I almost did as we ate our breakfast on the tiny pool terrace.
Daniel was ready to go right on time. We drove on the Ngong Road in to Nairobi, then turned right to head out to the airport. Because traffic was heading into the city we had a quick trip out to the airport. This is never something to ...
... normal; font-weight: normal;">We were very surprised by the large amount of wildlife that we saw, far more than we expected. We were also expecting at best to have to use binoculars to see them up close when in reality we were lucky enough to see them right next to our vehicle.
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 ...
... thing was the first of two big pods of dolphins performing great aerial gyrations. Next port of call was Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles on the island of Mahe. We had pre booked a car and driver who met us at the wharf and we then spent seven hours touring. First we drove around Victoria which is the worlds smallest capital and saw every thing including a walk through the local markets (we love markets). The town is only a few KM wide as high mountains rise almost ...
... trees and looking back at it, we had a comical day. After returning to the village, I stopped at a French supermarket, bought some French essentials, then got a jambon fromage baguette from the boulangerie (bakery) across the road. After all, this was our first and last French port. Very enjoyable coach back observing the dramatic scenery of the volcanic island itself. Now for an evening of Abba...