Beachcomber Shandrani Resort & Spa
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... off to preserve it. The whole area is being improved by removing invasive species and replacing with indigenous flora. In addition there were some 100 year old tortoises from The Seychelles as all the Mauritian ones had suffered the same fate as the dodo. In the evening Miranda's friend Jean came to dinner and we all enjoyed a pilaff made from the turkey and roast veg left over from yesterday and watched the sunset and even more ...
... saw a number of Hindu fishermen shrines both in and just out of the water and a picnic spot where a number of Indian dressed women were dancing and singing. When we had had enough of walking we hopped on another mad local bus for the trip back. We decided to buy food to cook in our apartment because it was fully equipped and so had a late afternoon swim back at our beach and the first home cooked meal for ...
... beers to beat the humidity. Given it was one of the hottest days we have had here we went back to Blue Bay for another beach session, this time renting some chairs and an umbrella. Another quick swim and an afternoon nap were finished before we attempted to head home before the afternoon peak hour. We failed. Thanks to a combination of Google maps letting us down and mysterious road's we ended it driving through some ...
... perfect under a bright blue sky with puffy white clouds. They asked a question about what if anything the Bible says about Africa in prophecy. I mentioned that there were a few indications and that I would give than more study and prepare a sermon or Bible Study on the subject. There will be a lot of interest for that topic.
We enjoyed a cup of coffee or tea, Mauritians mostly drink tea, as we talked and reflected on the ...
... you are a friend of my mothers, or children, or someone who thinks of me as perfect, I would skip past the next little part. Its not pretty.
We were woken up the next day at around 6am to go and clear customs. This process consisted of us grabbing our passports and getting it stamped by Mauritian officials (My passport looks amazing with all my stamps btw). I got into a bathingsuit and was able to get off the ship by 730. It was quite clear that these four hours ...