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... creation of humankind.
Saloni served us a typical Mauritius meal; it was as interesting as it was delicious. She served a sort of bread made of split yellow peas, which is a favorite staple here. There was also beef in a sauce, a yellow vegetable mash made of squash, and a tomato based mash which included onions, green peppers and other garnishes. Sautéed young potatoes accompanied with a spicy Indian coriander sauce. At first Mauritians will break off pieces of ...
We had a very early start with the coach collecting us at 7.55am. We found out it was so early as we seem to be the furthest hotel to get to and we had 2 more hotel pick ups in the way to the south. As soon as we got on the coach the tour guide checked we had umbrellas as a class 1 cyclone alert was in force. No wonder its been so windy! We had a very good guide who didn't stop talking but she certainly knew her stuff. We were with 2 other couples, one ...
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... Ocean, and the second oldest in the Soutern hemisphere. Built in 1812 it is truly remarkable.
As we decided to pull up at the Port Louis market, the crowd just flooded in! But I guess when you are the most busy city in Mauritius then there are more tham one or two people! The markets were the best! They had absolutely everything you could imagine. We bought some of the best souveniers of Mauritius that I poses. I bought T-shirts, fridge ...
We proceeded to Flic en Flac beach, where there were more Hindus celebrating the Ganesh festival. There were many processions through the streets with singing/chanting and carrying a figure of Ganesh on a chair. They would eventually end up at the beach, where there would be some ceremonies and then one or a few men would carry the decorated figure into the water. They would dunk him in the water three times while chanting, then leave the figure at ...