Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino - Seychelles
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBerjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino - Seychelles
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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A splendid surprise .... this continual sunshine! Loving every bit .... the scenery, music, waters, fat cattle, quaint cottages and the morning teas!
Ramo has parked the car in the BEST places to take full advantage of the views over waterways, islands and green, green fields.
Haste ye ...
Packed walking, cycling and golfing gear for the trip. We also took an electric cool box with cheeses and cold meats etc. See the video! The journey to Oban was in very wet conditions. Slow traffic and congestion around road works on Loch Lomond made it necessary to take a detour over the 'Rest and be Thankful' to Inveraray and onto Dalmaly. We arrived in Oban to find the ...
... films including Ella Enchanted! It has the weirdest mix of medieval and current technology, there's one part that has a wooden escalator. It also has Will from Hannibal who is way young and kind of adorable in it. It also finishes with a musical number, because of course it does.
Sleep was fitful due to spooked peacocks at 4am screaming out repeated warning calls. I got up, located some ear plugs, rolled over and went back to sleep. ...
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 ...
... saint, St Bride (or Brigit) who founded a monastery for nuns and monks in Kildare, Ireland in the 6th century. Irish monks introduced her order to Scotland. Kil, from the Gaelic cill, means church or burial place.
The area of East Kilbride is home to a river valley which, apart from ...