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... seem to be quite a few upmarket shops here. There is also a casino, and lots of very expensive looking yachts. Ibrahim says that only rich people come here. I don't know why he's brought us here. He takes us into a craft market where people try to sell us upmarket souvenirs for much higher prices than we could have bought them for at the other market.
We get back in the car. It starts raining. Ibrahim says he will now take us to a traditional Mauritian restaurant ...
Moving day today, up around eight, coffee and packed by nine then down to breakfast for around nine thirty, there'll be a video of the walk to breakfast at some point which is far from unpleasant. Light breakfast before I head to reception and to my amazement there is a car hire guy waiting for me, car is not massive but big enough for the three of us ( Me Deb and Michelle ), so back to the room, ring reception and they shift our cases to reception for us. Check out ...
... Of course this has all got to be in duplicate and we have a limited time slot to get the visa organised otherwise we would have arranged it back in the uk. Upon our return,Anjali and Gautam called round to collect some suitcases they had left with Miranda .Amazingly they have an old spare printer just arrived in their stuff from Australia and offered it to Miranda as she had said she was going to buy ...
... parts too, the smell of tea which started out quite enjoyable when we entered did become rather overpowering by the time we left. Next time I dunk a teabag in a mug or pour water on the tea leaves I'll be transported back to our fab day out in Mauritius.
It was time to move on for our tea tasting but not before our driver pointed out some pink pineapples, these are wild and inedible but very attractive.
As we entered the plantation gates there were field ...
The local public bus drivers here are crazy. They drive at full speed in old clapped out buses that look very similar to the school buses I used to catch to school. The coast road is very narrow with usually a stone fence right up to its edge. We have had a laugh at the variations in fare for the same route from Perybere to Grand Baie. We had 3 different prices for 4 journeys: one which was the cheapest I ...
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