Beachcomber Paradis Hotel & Golf Club
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... able to tickle a tortoise. Vaneesh told us they love having their neck or shell caressed and judging by the smile on his face I think my new found friend was enjoying the attention (the tortoise of course not our guide).
Another great day out on what was going to be a relaxing holiday but with only a couple of days left that's exactly what we will be doing so these rather lengthy blog entries will be one very shirt and sweet as we enjoy the last days of our holiday.
... out between slower cars, buses stopping for passengers, dogs (of which there are many wandering around Mauritius), motorbikes of various descriptions, and pedestrians. As I passed through the villages I could see brightly colored Hindu temples – the dominant color seems to be red, even more brightly colored Tamil temples (favorite color: yellow) decked with many statues of strange-looking gods. I passed a mosque, typically painted in green and white.
... car. He appeared to scold Patrick a little in Kinyarwanda. Then he turned to me and said in English “Sorry, this is a day when everyone must work….” I smiled and spoke with a firm voice: “We belong to a seventh-day-Sabbath keeping church, and we are going to a service.” He hesitated only briefly and said “Since you have explained this, you may continue.” We continued.
Finally arriving at 9:15, a quarter hour late, we ...
... of humour about it.
And they did feel bad. They made this apparent when they created an agenda of fun activities to fill the day we would have regularly spent drinking on paradise. Firstly, on the eve of what would have been Mauritius day, they held a large dance party on the top deck. They even served us drinks! Wine or beer. 3 drinks maximum. What a party!! It actually was incredibly fun. I danced my heart out, and at one point it started torrentially ...
... or la Citadelle, built by the British in 1835. This dominates the city and from there one has the view of most of the architecture in Port Louis. Port Louis is surrounded by mountain ranges called the Port Louis Moka range. Among the most famous are the Le Pource and Pietre, both which stand about 800 metres above sea level! As we drove around observing the architecture, we came across the Champ de Mars, which is the oldest racehorse course in ...