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.
... it was a little difficult to steer anyway. Later we went out on the glass bottomed boat to have a look at the reefs. In the bay there is a large expanse of very clan water but just before the horizon you see the waves breaking, just like in the film Castaway. Well everything was going well we set out and found the first reef, a few tropical fish swimming underneath the boat. We headed ...
... kicked off this wave giddy as a little school girl and anxious to get another one. I saw a guy looking at me funny with an angry look on his face. I waved to him with a smile and he paddled over to me. This guy all the sudden just starts going off on me. "Get out of here!" "This is a locals only spot, you are not allowed to surf here!" This guy went on and on and we argued for about 5 minutes. Finally, the guy realized I wasn't going to get out ...
... morning waiting to see if some of the other local members I had called would wish to have a visit. No one called back.
Shortly before noon, I drove down to the ocean and went for a walk at Flic en Flac. The resort area was full of local people and some tourists as well enjoying the day off. There were beach parties with loud techno music, family groups picnicking, teens walking around slowly looking for prospects and lots ...
... park. We bumped along and barely squeezed around a few turns where the driver had to back up and pull forward a few times and finally made it up to the reception area. We got into our harnesses, had a quick photo shoot and headed up to the ropes course to be met by rain, mud, and bugs...EVERYWHERE! The ropes course started out easy. The first obstacle was a rope-bridge where we had to jump from step to step. As we got further into the forest, the course got harder, the ground ...