Chateau St Cloud
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I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
... sure I will sleep well tonight!
The room is quite a decent size and the double bed is really comfortable. There is a 22 inch plasma screen television, an ensuite bathroom and even free Wi-Fi - I feel lucky. I know from my research that there is a pool and an outdoor eating area somewhere on the site, so I know I'm going to enjoy my stay!
Le Jarden des Palmes would be suitable for a school group. Not only ...
... bay, near the main channel, are vital turtle feeding grounds. Here, hawksbill turtles and the well-camouflaged moray eels are commonly encountered while large clusters of catfish are also often seen sheltering amongst the granite boulders.
The turtles were everywhere and the tourists were dying for photos alongside such a beautiful marine creature. So I took this photo:
There were tourists of ...
I am finally in Mahe! The flight here was 22 hours and 35 minutes, with a stopover in Abu Dhabi for just under three hours. It wasn't too bad but there's really nothing to do in the Abu Dhabi airport, especially between midnight and 2am! If Abu Dhabi is a long stopover for school groups I'll have to recommend that teachers have a plan to occupy the students, or they will hate this part of the journey! I arrived in Victoria airport at 7:20am but think my body clock ...
... I had to rest several times to get up this hill and it just kept going and going. Finally we get to the top and there is a beautiful breeze. Ahhhh. And then down again and thank goodness we can again see the ocean and hear voices so we are finally close to the Doctor’s House and the beach were we will have the BBQ.
We walk into the rest area and there is a shower, toilets, the Doctor’s House museum, some old ruins ...