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Travel Blogs from Pointe Aux Piments
... daily workout at the gym and our walk big time! For dinner we met with Ah Lim Kow and his family including his son Ah Foong who has the same chinese name as me. His wife and son also came. The food at Fortune Eight was a bit different this time and pretty tasty! There was a lot of food! Mauritius is so small that we meet people we knew just by walking on the streets of Port Louis. It's also a small world as we ...
1/2/13 Friday Oh my, today was the best day! Breaky was normal and delicious. We got ready for our trip and off we went. It took a while to get to the shops but I enjoyed looking at the people and different houses. It's so colourful over here, the houses are pink, blue, yellow, green, orange! We got to the shops and it wasn't that cool, it all equalled out to be the same price we pay. We then got back to the road ...
... Chobe NP with its heaps of Elephants, Buffalo, Hippos, Lions etc.
. Garden Route in South Africa
. Durban foreshore and marine park
. Climbing Dune 45 in Namibia
. The pans (fleis) in Namibia
. Kande beach – Malawi
. Visiting St Judes School
and all between.
The most exhilarating was
. Riding rapids and tipping the raft on the Nile @ Jinja
. Having large dangerous wild animals wander ...
... because I wanted to experience freedom, which, having been living with my parents all my life is something I've always longed for. I wanted freedom in it's truest, purest form. The kind of freedom that not only meant being allowed to stay out till late in the night, but the kind of freedom that meant having responsibilities and the decision making power in my hands. I wanted to make my own food, wash my own clothes, take care of my stuff myself and be able ...
... to keep the place clean and with good infrastructure. The Indians in Mauritius are really cool. They are sophisticated and stylish, offer good fresh cuisine, and speak french, creole and english but not it seems much of the indian languages! They definitely don't play cricket. They are the most unlike Indians I have met. Could you imagine a Punjabi man wearing ...