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... locals told me that those ingredients I mentioned to you, are mixed with spices to create a yummy sauce by the name of Rougaille. Meat, seafood and veggies can be mixed with this sauce to create a simple, easy dish. I've seen people eat this with pickles and rice. The most common ingredient would be a range of spices. The best part about Mauritian is the produce that is grown on the island. Everything used is grown in the ...
... Stomach full, we drove to the beach for some relaxing time. I did not get in the water though as it was too cold for me and the only thing that would make me swim in cold water is if it was really hot and humid! And it wasn't! Nat and her boys did swim though. I rented two beach chairs and umbrella for Rs200! While they had a swim, I took some photos, updated my travel journal and had a nice nap! Then we ...
... smug about it. Wouldn't even touch the white rice because "they hate the Chinese." Thank God they weren't American so I didn't feel obligated to be embarrassed for them! I imagine they have spent the entire cruise pointing out everything they don't like...which would be pretty much everything. No doubt they order the "British Dish of the Day" on our dinner menu every night so they don't have to worry about experiencing any ...
... But I soon got over it as the view just takes my breath away. We have brought lunch in a bag so we decide to sit down and have a picnic as everyone does here. From where we were sitting I could see the lake that has formed in the centre of the volcano over hundreds of years and the rees surrounding the lake have formed a forrest around the same amount of time.
The volcano was active 600,000 to 700,000 years ago ...
... lotus gardens and lilly pads that were about 3 feet in diameter. It also had a tortoise pen with 14 giant tortoises. I really enjoyed seeing this magical place, even though we had all about soaked our clothing with sweat by this time. Matthew, Barrett and I decided to call it quits on the city tour by this time, and we caught a cab to a beach called Perebere (the official language of Mauritius is ...
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