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... on. But the pictures were enough so we booked our house and our flights and began the long wait.
I've never been to a place like the Seychelles. A set of volcanic islands that have 0 touristy feel, the Seychelles (in particular Mahe Island where we stayed) make for a fantastic vacation. Mountainous and covered in jungle (and giant bats) with crystal clear water and gorgeous beaches, the Seychelles were a welcome respite from the burgeoning Dubai summer.
We spent 4 ...
... the beach to the pick up point for the boat. It was so hot and humid I almost passed out. The heat was stifling almost unbearable. I will write two words that I have never uttered together…it was too hot. We boated to Eden Island, bought more cinnamon buns and cabbed to Reef Apartments, anxious to sit inside for the rest of the day and use up our pre-purchased internet time.
... out of the water. Me and Jack paddled in and Mom swam. The kayak got stuck on some coral and me and Jack got really frightened.
We got back and had lunch. Later after lunch we packed up and took the ferry to Mahe. We went straight to the cab and rode to Reef Apartments. We were so excited to be there because there was internet. We tried ...
... of Seychelles had no indigenous population, the current Seychellois are composed of people who have immigrated. The largest ethnic groups were those of African, French, Indian, and Chinese descent. French and English are official languages along with Seychellois Creole, which is primarily based upon French, but includes English words and phrases.
Today Seychelles is a beautiful fusion of peoples and cultures. Numerous Seychellois are ...
... and watched the sun come up, which was lovely, then went down to the mangrove area and saw the baby lemon sharks under the boardwalk again.
I think that's it for my news from the Seychelles. Thank you for reading my blogs, and I'm really looking forward to seeing everyone again and boring you with my photos (don't worry, I will try to filter out the good ones only!).