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... Of course this has all got to be in duplicate and we have a limited time slot to get the visa organised otherwise we would have arranged it back in the uk. Upon our return,Anjali and Gautam called round to collect some suitcases they had left with Miranda .Amazingly they have an old spare printer just arrived in their stuff from Australia and offered it to Miranda as she had said she was going to buy ...
... fireworks that were going off all evening from our dining table on the terrace. Agnes's husband Jerry arrived in time from the hotel having managed to feed 500 by 11pm to see in the new year with more bubbly by which time the whole bay was alight with displays from the hotels on the beaches and mortars and rockets from the locals inland. Absolutely ...
... Bourbon is the brand name of the locally produced beer, so I accepted…. (The American whiskey, bourbon, takes its name from a royal dynasty of France and Spain - the House of Bourbon.) They also served some amuse-gueules (literally mouth amusers or as we say more prosaically: appetizers.) One specialty of Reunion is the bouchon, or cork, fine pastry dough draped over a nugget of meat or vegetables, making it look very like a cork. The appetizer ...
... back to the beach! Glyn wasn't feeling very well so we went back to the Tom early-ish and the sun had gone in anyway. Decided to skip the cocktail party tonight, and good job as the heavens opened again about 10 mins into it! Went straight for dinner which was Mauritian themed and really tasty! It had an Indian feel to it, but not as strong flavours. Glyn was still not felting well so we decided to call it a night and I snuck my rosé back to the ...
... sixteen people from ten different countries. So my trip was basically going to be an 11-in-1 cultural exchange program. The previous dilemma that I was facing was instantly resolved.
The first sight of Mauritius was an absolute feast for the eyes. I could see the tiny speck of land surrounded by the bluest water I'd ever seen in my life. The landing was even better, right between a perfect semicircular rainbow kissing the ground from end to end. This ...