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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... of some precipitous cliffs - must have cost billions.
St Denis was equally a non event. The streets were narrow, it was hot, although there was a cooling, fresh, humid, sea breeze. The highlight of our visit was going into an iShop and downloading 128 emails on to my iPhone!
After another wait we got the bus back to Le Port, changed buses to the terminal, changed again to the ship and that was the sum total of our trip ...
... try them when we get home. Went into a book store, but it was all in French, of course. Good thing as I would have purchased a few cookbooks.
We did go into a cafe where they had huge meringue cookies, like the kisses I make. I do not know how many people could actually eat that whole cookie, maybe five people. I did take a picture but probably cannot see how really large the cookie is.
It was ...
Thought for the day from the same old folks: "Birthdays are good for your health. Studies have shown that people who have more birthdays live longer."
If you've been following my blog, you’ve read my definition of Capital Punishment. If you have the capital, you don’t get the punishment. Of course, there are always exceptions, although I don’t know that they prove the rule. So, before we get to Réunion, I ...
This morning we slept in as long as we could in order to be ready for a 9:45 departure from the hotel. It was a cool morning, Marjolaine needed a sweater and I almost did as we ate our breakfast on the tiny pool terrace.
Daniel was ready to go right on time. We drove on the Ngong Road in to Nairobi, then turned right to head out to the airport. Because traffic was heading into the city we had a quick trip out to the airport. This is never something to ...
... thing was the first of two big pods of dolphins performing great aerial gyrations. Next port of call was Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles on the island of Mahe. We had pre booked a car and driver who met us at the wharf and we then spent seven hours touring. First we drove around Victoria which is the worlds smallest capital and saw every thing including a walk through the local markets (we love markets). The town is only a few KM wide as high mountains rise almost ...