InterContinental Resort Mauritius
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... br> The Air Mauritius (code share with Air France) flight was full, as usual, and left on time. 12 hours to go!
The space between rows was less that on American planes. Mauritians usually are, as the French, slighter than us "Anglo-Saxons" as the French often refer to English-speakers (think of guys with horns on their helmets and axes in hand about to pillage Rouen…). That morphology is taken into account in row spacing, so when the lady in front of ...
... I “killed” her target Vaughn. I was on a roll! After dinner and hiding in my room so I would not be killed I decided to go get frozen yogurt with Melissa and Vicky. We had a flawless plan, I would take the elevator up to the top deck, Melissa would get the frozen yogurt and I would go to the front of the ship where no one ever is so that we could still be outside but I would not be at risk for getting ...
... away. Once we arrived, we could see why Mauritius is a favorite vacation destination for Europeans starved for sun and sea. It fufills every wishlist for a tropical getaway- the warm Indian Ocean lapping against a shore of white, fine sand, palm trees fringing the beach, and the hot sun beating down-you get the picture.
We made the most of our few hours on the beach (Caitlin has a sunburn to prove it!) and then headed back to town to ...
... found a guide and he led our hike. His name was Prakesh. He was excited that we were from a ship because he has worked as a bartender on many cruise lines. It was fun to hear him speak of all of the places he has visited. We had fun swimming in the falls even though it was really cold! After our hike, we headed to our hotel in Balaclava. We along with about 100 other Semester at Sea students thought this would be a fun place to spend our time! We explored and had a really ...
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 ...