Merville Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and does have a lovely view. I peeled off the clothes I had been wearing for 2 days, and showered in spite of the cold water (I’ll be checking on that). Then I slept for four more hours before dragging myself out of bed at noon (which was 03:00 in Dallas). I needed some bottled water and a bite of lunch so I drove the short distance into Mahébourg to the city market in the center and looked for a restaurant. Mahébourg is not really a tourist destination, the ...
... 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 ...
... treats. So it wasn’t as pleasant a last night as I had hoped. Nonetheless, I went back to my room, packed, and fell asleep.
I had my usual breakfast, closed out my tab, and took a taxi back to the airport.
Mentally, I was preparing myself what was about to experience. I hadn’t thought about it at all really. But when the assistant reminded me, “Madagascar is beautiful but remember it is Africa”, I had to realign my thoughts with my ...
... 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.
... who colonized it in the 18th century. After the abolition of slavery n 1835 all the slaves were set free and started their own lives in Port Louis. Currently more than 75% fo Port Louis citizens are Indian with nixed origins.
When we drove into Port Louis, we decided to have a little look around before we went shopping avoiding the busiest street Sir Seewoosagur street of course. First we went to have a look at a very historic building called ...