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... still here but it is a new tourist attraction, and not well advertised. I found it on Trip Advisor. Mark finally got to surf at Tamarine Bay. One day we walked down there for Flic en Flac check thing out. It took about 2 hours to walk there along the beach, then we caught the bus back to Flic en Flac. We found the surf break and a place to rent a board from but the conditions weren't ideal.so, we went back the next day, and Mark had a surf at the reef break. He said ...
... and I do not feel quite ready yet to tackle the local hustle and bustle.
After Services yesterday, we had agreed to meet at the house/ at 8:00 am and I indicated strongly that – as the saying goes – "punctuality is the politeness of kings!". Everyone made it on time. However, as we drove through another one of those traffic jams in Port-Louis, I realized that – even though we thought we had left Flic en ...
... to celebrate we were treated by my uncle Louis, Kareen and Alicia
to a delicious breakfast buffet at the Tamarina resort. My uncle Gilbert was born on the same day a year after my dad and so we went to have a dual celebration lunch at his home with a few other family members which carried on late into the afternoon.
After our usual morning walk at the gorge to burn off some of the previous day's feast, we went by Tamarin Bay and discovered to ...
... used cheaper imports ! Another important product from sugar cane are local Rums.
Unfortuantely there are no railways left on Mauritius - once there was over 200kms of standard gauge, plus numerous narrow gauge (for sugar cane transportation). The last railway closed in 1964.
Tonight we have cocktails hosted by the hotel, followed by a French themed dinner. If the forecast is correct the next two days should be warm & sunny.
... the beaches, in the gardens, in town, in the woods. It reminds me of the English starling and of the house crows here in Dar. What an extrovert! What a dandy! It walks with a proprietorial swagger; its song is strident and brash; it wears yellow spectacles to complement its yellow bill; flying, it shows off beautiful white wing patterns.
Other notable birds were the sparrows that fed off our breakfast at the Hotel Ventura; the ...