Beachcomber Le Mauricia Hotel
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... by liberal European women who prefer to avoid tan lines. All this lying around inspired us to actually do some activities so we hit the water for some sea kayaking to work up a thirst. After some paddling we jumped out for another quick swim at the pool and a few cocktails before dinner. We were going to jump in the car and eat in town but after driving through the manic capital earlier in the day we decided to eat ...
... the only one in the place. The waiter was nice. He told me I had just missed the sunset. I asked him what I wanted. Mojito and shrimp curry, Mauritian style. The mojito was a sip of heaven. Perfect. The curry was ok. Again, I think BAF or Indian food has stolen my taste buds.
After I finished, I came back to the hotel, zoned out to a movie, and fell asleep.
The next morning, I walked to the Dive Center. I filled out the required paperwork and hoped in their ...
... situation in the world, the current economic and political situation in Mauritius, and many more things. Around 7:30 pm, we had an aperitif, and shortly thereafter, we moved to the table. The meal was a wonderful combination of dishes that reflected the diversity of the social background of Mauritius. There was a delicious French velouté of pumpkin as the first course, then lamb and chicken curries with Indian nan (a flat ...
... for the one who telephoned me--what was it?--four times, to check up on me during this journey. Nobody ever did that before.
I am thankful for Thanksgiving.
Did I mention that I am thankful for Cianan and Megan? Oh, yes; I mentioned them first. I shall now mention them last because they are, first and last, my most cherished support and source of great joy.
Oh: I am thankful that my flight to Paris leaves in three hours and that I have a business class seat.
... photographs, travellers collect memories”.
And to be crystal clear: our commencing two weeks in Mauritius is 100% “holiday”!
Our seven days of brain-porridging between the beaches of Pereybere, Ponte d’ Azur, Bain Boeuf, and Trou Aux Biches were marked by:
- Grocery shopping visits to Store 2000, unchanged from 1993 when Richard holidayed ...