Chateau de Feuilles
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the Seychelles diving, golfing, more diving, and fishing. As a first dive destination, I definitely spoiled myself for the future. We had little internet, no TV, and no phone service. And I loved every minute of it. It was the perfect place for a small group to disappear. Although, when we go back, we'll definitely need a better solution to getting around (thanks for driving Sam).
Oh, and everyone got a taste of Dubai at the end but that's a story for another time.
... at Reef Apartments only to find the room they gave us could not access our Isurf card. Devastated, we had to sit in the un-air conditioned lobby to use the net. I couldn't do it. It was too hot. The kids watched a few episodes of God –knows-what in the lobby while KC and I sat in air conditioning and read. The heat was clearing getting to us we were cranky in paradise and ready to leave. ...
... and it did not work so we had to go to the lobby and sit there and watch there. It still was not that good. Our shows kept passing half way through. In the lobby the air conditioning system consists of one fan blowing on low speed so it was HOT!
For supper we had spaghetti. We went to bed early because we had to get up early.
... Coco de Mer, as well as five other endemic palms. The Coco de Mer (Lodoicea maldivica) has the largest seeds (double nut seed) of any plant in the world. Early sailors named the nut and the tree Coco de Mer which means "palm of the sea," because they found the nuts floating in the water but did not find the trees. They assumed the trees grew underwater.
Legends abound about the Coco de Mer tree. The British General Charles George Gordon spread a ...
... I know, what a wimp!).
Thank you for all your lovely comments, I really enjoy reading them. It's good to have some sort of connection with civilisation!
We've had 3 exams this week (I don't remember signing up for that!), which were on Mangroves, Coco de Mers and Turtles. I'm happy to say I passed them all (what a girly swot). I also tried my hand at making bread rolls and more flapjacks - all the bread we have is made by hand ...