Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino - Seychelles
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The resort is located at a beautiful location and the best part is to enjoy the meals in outdoor restaurant in the company of exotic birds!
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... no bells for me. I had no memory of staying in a place with a harbour and a large ruined castle, and no memory of Arran just off the coastline. It was a bit sad and I was musing on my lost memories as I sat on the edge of a housing estate waiting for my bus when suddenly I recognised the house in which I had stayed, it is interesting how things come back to you. The other interesting thing about Dunure was that I saw an eider duck swimming just outside ...
Well what an epic journey!, left home at 12:30 on 30th April, got to my bungalow in the Seychelles at 18:00 on 1st May, knackered would be an understatement plus can find no wifi as it is a bank holiday here so places shut however lots of dancing on the beach. But I am sure you lovelies at home are not bothered about me ...
... the day to leave Arran - and to arrive, judging by the numbers that came off the incoming ferry, MV Isle of Arran - especially cyclists, of which there must have been around 30.
We stowed our bikes on board, aided by an exceptionally helpful crew member who cleaned a surface specially for us to leave our panniers on. The Cal Mac staff have consistently gone out of their way to be friendly, helpful & courteous on all the ferries ...
... in places. But I still managed to find the stone. I was so happy when I found it! It look me two hours to hike to it.
The stone is on a hill and in a remote location. It is very peaceful there. It is a sacred place for many people. My trip is starting to wind down, and I started to talk to myself there about the trip. I realized that this trip has really shown me what I do have at home, and how awesome it is. Through this trip, I realize I am lucky to live where I do, and ...
... from chronic shortages of housing, had to deal with bomb damage from the war.
From this unlikely backdrop a new dawn emerged which would bring East Kilbride to its unlikely success. In 1946 the Greater Glasgow Regional Plan allocated sites where overspill satellite "new towns" could ...