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 …
... section was filled with long boarders and beginners who wanted nothing to do with the bigger sets. There was another group way outside of them that were clearly the main locals. I stayed right in the middle of both groups. About 5 minutes in a wave came to me that I was in perfect position for. It was around 6 foot and this wave was like a
machine. It peeled perfectly down this reef and was one of the nicest waves I have had since ...
... Royal Road. The food was delicious and the place new, clean and nicely decorated. We had 'teokon farcis, sew kiaos, and mine touni avec boeuf'. Yum! I was so full that I could not finish my noodles! On our way to the cafe, we bought 'gateau les doigts', the best ones in town and we used to eat those when we were kids. Back to the shop, there were more food to eat! I have to try and save on calories where I can! I ...
Today we all met once again to observe one of the biblically mandated annual high days. Since our discussions the evening before had gone rather late, we met in the early afternoon. It was a beautiful day: deep blue sky, and bright white clouds above the lush green fields of sugarcane that surround the Prodigues' home.
We sang hymns together and I gave a sermon on the topic of various dimensions to the annual biblical festivals which ...
... Grand Baie and connection to Calodyne. A good public transport system, albeit simple and old fashioned is something that stands out light-years above South Africa- it really is easy to get around the island, especially the north with a bit of common sense and some patience. An express trip from Port Louis to Grand Baie costs Rps 30 (about R8) for a 30 km trip.
Tuesday I went with Robbie in the morning to sign his lease for the new home and then ...