InterContinental Resort Mauritius
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Checked into the hotel at around 2 pm and freshened up. Rested for a while (I watched desperate house wives) and then walked with mom to the pool side. Clicked plenty of photos. It was absolutely beautiful. Came back to the room and slept for an hour and then ate dinner. The theme for dinner was Indian. The lamb curry was yum. Back in the room to go to sleep now.
... daily workout at the gym and our walk big time! For dinner we met with Ah Lim Kow and his family including his son Ah Foong who has the same chinese name as me. His wife and son also came. The food at Fortune Eight was a bit different this time and pretty tasty! There was a lot of food! Mauritius is so small that we meet people we knew just by walking on the streets of Port Louis. It's also a small world as we ...
... the sheer beauty of the place.
I arrived after my 4 hour flight from Johannesburg, South Africa a little relieved not to be hit with the usual summer humidity I've come to know (I usually come in December over Christmas - middle of scorching summer) and once transported back home by my dad who's looking so healthy and well I took a long sleep to recuperate from the last few party days in Joburg.
The first thing we did once I'd recovered from my ...
... Malaysia; cheap Chinese goods were everywhere.
The people were very friendly (especially in the Ventura Hotel & our landlady in Mahebourg), although in Mahebourg we had a couple of stones lobbed at us one evening.
We travelled by bus from Mahebourg to Port Louis (seeing the sugar plantations on the way), from Port Louis to Pereybere (where our hotel - the Ventura - was), from Belle Mare to Flacq, ...
Secret Submarine Base Balaclava
Thursday October 29, 2009
Visited today the small seaside town of Balaclava close to Sevastopol and on its own lovely little bay and sheltered harbor. It was here in 1953 that the Soviet Union started building a top secret submarine tunnel for hiding and repairing submarines and to protect them and workers against nuclear attack from the ...