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... around the garden huge anthurium plants made an impressive border with the house as a backdrop. Down through the camphor trees a small lake came into view with purple and yellow water lilies - 2 female workers were tidying and gathering leaves, we passed the time of day and then sadly had to leave.
Our next stop was Bois-Cheri tea factory & estate, the first tea plantation built in Mauritius in 1892.There were several other tourist groups close behind us ...
... almost two hours, while we sipped our beer or juice and nibbled on the bouchons and nuts. We also took time to walk around the house, look at the garden, check out the chickens of several different varieties and continued talking.
A little after one o’clock we sat down for lunch: a delicious kari, as they call a stir-fried mix of chicken and onions and garlic in oil. Kari comes from the word curry, and it’s actually a curry ...
... the Clyde, however, it is the hub of where most of the city's population choose to exercise, almost excessively. The walkway that covers the length of the banks are a perfect example of how obsessed the country is with keeping fit. Absolutely everyone, young and old, is out jogging, walking or cycling. Going for a casual stroll along the front is near impossible, you are constantly dodging out of folk's way to avoid being flattened. This was a major running theme, no ...
... this car to a place called One Eye Beach. The beach was filled with kite surfers and there must have been 50 kite surfers out in the water.
I eventually made it to Tamarin. When I got to the beach I saw that the wave was absolutely firing. I couldn't wait to get out. I suited up and paddled about 10 minutes out to the reef. Because of the reputation of Tamarin I worked my way into it slowly. I was as respectful as I could possibly be. ...
... karate guy and would demonstrate for us at the shop. Also, when we heard 'marchand confits' coming down the street, we would ask him to go and stop him so we can buy confits. He would go out and clap his hands really loud! Next stop was Otter Barry Primary school where we attended for the first three years of schooling, that is from kinder to 2nd grade. I have no recollection of that school since I was too little. The only memory I have is walking through a ...