Beachcomber Paradis Hotel & Golf Club
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A wet and humid start to the day as we went to Kamil's to print off some forms for the Chinese visa which was to occupy most of our day. Apart from the application form a detailed itinerary and a list of hotels in order plus proof of funds and confirmation of our exit flight. A copy of a bank statement had to be acquired from uk where at least our tenants had got the new central heating boiler ...
... of oil which was used for cooking and putting onto your skin. (Sounds like an early sunscreen!)The French took the island in 1715 naming it Maurice & in 1721 it was renamed Isle de France !Then came the first war between the French & British which the French won but 3 months later the British returned and won.The British allowed the French to stay but on condition they must have English as the native language and follow English ways, so maybe ...
The local public bus drivers here are crazy. They drive at full speed in old clapped out buses that look very similar to the school buses I used to catch to school. The coast road is very narrow with usually a stone fence right up to its edge. We have had a laugh at the variations in fare for the same route from Perybere to Grand Baie. We had 3 different prices for 4 journeys: one which was the cheapest I ...
... and was good that we were there.
After the business side of it, we were picked up by a car and were taken to a safari lodge at the base of Kilimanjaro for a few days of relaxation and game viewing. The lodge was based in large tents but with a solid roof over it and it was just outside the national park which is basically a swamp formed by the run-off from Kili. It is not a smelly swamp though, and attracts lots of animals which makes it perfect to view ...
... these 20 feet swells. We had gotten used to the hour announcements to “keep doors closed, keep your hands free, hold on to railings, wear shoes”. They shut down the elevators and the observation deck. Walking up the stairs was the strangest thing: Sometimes the swell of the ship would lift you up the stairs and defy gravity. Other times it would feel like you weighed 300 lbs. There was one night in particular where the waves were especially aggressive. I was in the spa ...