Emeraude Beach Attitude
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... sat down, we're given tea and pastries and were talked through how the package and hotel works. There's a lot! She also told us our room had been upgraded to a junior suite which we were very happy about! We were led through the grounds which are absolutely stunning and shown where everything is. All the plants and trees are labelled and its all well looked after. We arrived at our room (number 54) and it was more than we could ...
... however, and have been astonished time after time at the visibly unique cultures of nations that have forever shared a border.
Mauritius is a country in which to escape the world. Tiny enough to drive across in a matter of hours, the country lies off the coast of Madagascar and almost felt deserted. My brother and I were two of only a few tourists, and we spent our days moving from beach to beach, taking time here and there to visit sites ...
... humid. Anyway, it scared the bejeezus outta Bear with it's crazy call (in fact, it sounded a lot like the scream that Barrett emitted right afterward) From there, we went north on the island to see the botanical gardens. This is the 2nd botanical gardens we've seen in 1 weeks time, and admittedly, it stood it's ground in terms of beauty against the Kirstenbosch in South Africa. It had hundred year old ...
... in all we got very lucky! At the end there was a little hut built by the British ages ago and you climb to the top and look out over the most incredible view - tree tops, turqoiuse sea and the rugged south coast - it was awesome. After a few photos and the story of how Mauritus was discovered in the port area we were overlooking it was unfortunately time to head home. While waiting for the boat you could see how the water ...
... us even longer. I just needed to get out of the heat, and as it always goes when you're in a hurry there are always delays. Once they freed us from the confines of the oven, they served us refreshments (coffee and tea, very refreshing after sitting in a hot auditorium for an hour...I'm just evil sometimes, so ungrateful) before we went back to the ship. I met up with everyone and we went out to dinner on the waterfront, at a place called ...