Merville Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... the internal joy that I feel.
It was only 3 meters but I still had to equalize. I sat at the bottom. Anil, did each task that I had to refresh and signed me to do each in return. Task 1, check. Task 2, check. Task 3….the take off the mask underwater then put it back on and blow out the water task. Ugh.
It was the task I failed at the first time I attempted my certificate and the one that was so easy for the next instructor to help me with.
Off the plane and quickly through passport and health check points. It's always a worry how you are going to find your transfers but we found white sand tours easily with 'Harrison' on the board. The man was very welcoming (the start of things to come) and gave us much needed water and wipes. We had been upgraded to an executive car (again a good start!) and we're led out to a very windy and rainy mauritius. It was full on rain most ...
... volcanic ash that has dried into seven distinct colors of earth, and Tamarin Falls, where siet cascades tumble down the side of a mountain and the only other soul we saw was our guide. San Francisco’s antipode, I felt accomplished having visited Mauritius, and can now say that I have seen the other side of the world.
It was in Zimbabwe that we met Officer Mano Mano. An immigration official, Officer Mano Mano and I did not quite ...
... for a fresh baguette: Ric & Cath Cafe, Stefan Boutik, or the minimart near secret beach
- Shopping for vegetables & fruit at the fresh produce lady, carved pineapples and free bananas
- Bus trips on the Triolet Terror Express
- Not buying a ship-in-a-bottle, dodo ashtray or “Somebody I Love Went To Mauritius And Bought Me This T-Shirt” shirt at the Grand Baie market