InterContinental Resort Mauritius
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This morning we woke fairly early, had breakfast and checked out. Loading the car, we drove north past the airport and took the Motorway, the four-lane divided highway that runs to Port Louis, the capital city. We stopped at the Caudan Waterfront area, the old port, now a tourist area, where we parked.
We walked to the main market area to …
... that easily - her flight was cancelled.
This left me with one last stop - Darwin. One of the warmest places in the country, a struggle to adapt to after the relatively mild temperatures of Queensland and New South Wales. On returning to the boat, armed with a hat-full of stories and memories, I had a few days to reacquaint myself with life on board before saying good-bye to Australia, casting off and setting sail across the Indian Ocean for the remote islands of Cocos Keeling.
... I am thankful that God gave me the intelligence and blessings. I have the support and love of good friends and an amazing family. And I have my puppy. Life wouldnt be complete without a best friend. If the only thing I am missing is a man, my life isnt that bad.
Sometimes I get lonely. Sometimes I forget why I am thankful. But then I see the sunset and feel the breeze in my hair and sand in my toes and I am content with myself again.
Port Louis, Mauritius!
Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot to share about Mauritius because first of all, it almost didn’t happen (due to cyclones in the Indian Ocean), and second of all, since we were delayed, we only had four hours there!
From what I could see, Mauritius is most definitely a beautiful and relaxing place. The water is a stunning crystal blue, and the hills are ...
... have been a really long trip from Cape Town to Chennai. The first day, a group of thirteen of us went repelling down waterfalls. It’s kind of like rock climbing, but in reverse. When we got there, they set us all up in wetsuits, harnesses, and helmets so that we all looked pretty silly. It was only about a five-minute walk into the first waterfall. Of course, they started us out on a ...