Beachcomber Le Mauricia Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... We arrived at St. Louis, the capital. The first sign I saw made me laugh. "A business without outdoor Advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing, she doesn’t". People say my analogies are comical but I think that beats everything I have ever thought.
We arrived at the hotel and I was taken up to my room. I don’t require anything fancy. It was simple, a queen size bed, balcony, table with chairs, fridge, and a few ...
... of many islands; major ones being the island of Rodrigues, the Agalega islands and the Cargados Carajos ShoalsThe Island where the National Animal is the Dodo bird :-)
We are sailing tonight to Pointe des Galtes, ...
... such a mental idea after all, I sighed in relief. I hadn't even touched ground, and Mauritius was already proving to be a heaven on earth.
My accommodation was a trainee house provided by AIESEC itself. The house, which would've been lavish for a group of four or five people, was the bare minimum required by the sixteen of us working together on the project. The first day was spent in introductions and informing back home that the package had ...
... Fortunately we had bought 2 litre of Tip Top Vanilla icecream from the supermarket (which also had Kiwifruit!)
Dad had invited his best friend and family, and we were interrogated about dancing. We were about to be introduced to Sega - the traditional Mauriitan dance. A tiny lounge was cleared back and the music turned up, and they were into it. And then us - to be laughed at many times. Finally about midnight they faded.
The evening ...