Merville Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amazing to hear all of the noises that they make underwater and to watch them swim vertically to the surface for air.
After swimming with the dolphins for 2 hours we were pretty tired and the boat then took us all to a nearby island for some Mauritius style BBQ and a little more snorkeling. It was a great way to end our short but event filled stay at the beautiful island of Mauritius.
... Grand Baie this afternoon to get some cheap eats and check out what had changed since last time we were here. A lot has changed and it's definitely more of an expat area than I remember. Mainly over tanned retiree Europeans who have moved here to see out their golden years. Either that or they are young people who have spent way to much time in the sun. Went to the casino and asked what the dress code was, which was ...
... crepes with nutella to Panini to full course meals.
Street dogs were everywhere. Some are skinny, others well fed. The first time I heard one of them bark, I smiled. I haven't heard a pup bark in 4 months. How I miss Maya. *sigh*
I found a dive shop and scheduled a dive for the following morning. I had asked the girls at the hotel where the best beach within walking distance was. They explained it to me and I started walking.
I walked and walked ...
... good, aunts jos came a little bit later. We got out of the airport and had to find a guy that would direct us to our 'bus'. He was sitting in the corner being lazy haha! We had to wait a bit for the rest of the people to come to the bus, but while we were waiting we talked to an old man. Wow he has done some traveling in Australia and New Zealand. We were finally on the road! Some buildings are old and look like they have been abandoned. Some are ...
... like. They spoke of the freedom they had as children to range far roaming the sugarcane fields, hunting small game and fishing in rivers. We compared when we got our first televisions and what programs we remembered. We talked of close calls we had as children and the probability of divine intervention and protection. Again it was very pleasant conversation which continued until after sunset.
Before heading back to my hotel for the ...