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The day started so well with plenty of sunshine so we spent a lovely hour or two in the jacuzzi but after lunch the cloud thickened and by tea time the heavens opened and carried on all night. There was a brief hiatus at sundown so we were able to share a glass of wine with Agnes to say goodbye to her on the terrace instead of at the bay hotel on the beach as we had ...
... to get to the landing stage. We couldn't see any fruit to pick as there hasn't been any irrigation as she had been expecting to complete the sale to the new owners of the island but these things take time here. Back home we lazed about in the jacuzzi until it was time for our obligatory sundowner,this time a Lebanese rose that Sacha brought with ...
Well it's time to write about my one day tour of Southern Mauritius Island.
First, we left the hotel and rode about 20 minutes to the local salt factory near the Tamarin Mountain. They produce all natural salt for the population. They have these layers of cool "baths" made of rocks and they use the gravity to get the sea water down each layer. And I can't really explain the process, but somehow by the last layer, the ...
... arranging a trip to visit family in a town called Armidale. Right in the heart of the countryside, or more accurately, the Bush, the two of us eventually arrived in the quiet and remote town at our second attempt of trying. The first suffered some minor technical difficulties and resulted in an impromptu, but much appreciated, stop-over at Hannah's new house in Terrigal. She was our saviour that day and I can't thank her enough. Plus we managed to do our nosey and check out ...
... of healing. Hindi and the statues of the bright colored gods have never appealed to me. But they contrasted against the fog in a brilliant way. Each religion has its own smell. Hindi is incense. I could smell it as soon as I got out of the car.
We drove along until we reached a lookout point for waterfalls. He told me I had to go along a path and I would see it. Down the path I went. It began to drizzle more and I was in flip flops. It was hard enough to keep those on. I am in ...
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