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What exactly is the single most important commitment that a person could have? It is your house. Your home is the most significant because that is where you and all your family spend nearly all of your time. Family memories are created in your house along the way through the contented, yet from time to time, troublesome responsibilities of raising …
... blending from African, Asian and European descent to create a modern creole culture. Evidence of this harmonious blend is also revealed in Seychellois food, incorporating various aspects of French, Chinese, Indian, and African cuisine.
Praslin was our home during our week long stay in the Seychelles. It is the second largest island of the Seychelles and is 27 miles northeast of the capital Victoria, Mahe. Praslin has a population of around 8,000 ...
... was adequate and plentiful so we could split a meal for around 20 Shillings ($18) and we could relax on our own veranda. One night we went to the Beach Restaurant in a nearby hotel which had a very romantic setting right on the beach. Another evening we tried the Pizza and Creole restaurant. There are many local spices harvested to season the food and they
make lots of curry on the islands.
... we could see it lying on the coral.
A few deep breaths later and Mark disappeared to retrieve his stuff, when he surfaced he had his mask etc in hand but two very sore ears, we reckon the depth was about 5m.
Sore ears prevailed from therein for the rest of the trip and a visit to the doctor will be needed once we return home.
Curiesse Island has an interesting history and was a Leper colony for 156 years. Skipper Billy dropped us off a the landing ...
... for pilots and one for coastguard, air force and CAA executives. He advised that the level of registration has been good: some 40 controllers, master mariners and coast guard personnel, 50 pilots and 40 or so execs. This indication of enthusiasm for SAR is a refreshing change from the frequently depressing news emanating from other States in the African/Indian Ocean Region. Many States have been repeatedly evaluated and audited and been beneficiaries ...