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... mats, fresh herbs and spices etc.
We moved deeper into the centre when the rain started but still managed
to get damp if not wet.
Emerging from the other side without
being too wet or bothered, we crossed under the main road to the
waterfront. A row of eateries lined the north side of the harbour on an
old pier. We discussed the options with the owner and agreed the chicken
biryani with hot naan was roo tempting to pass ...
... things brought to my table that I had to turn down, not knowing what it was, or knowing I didn’t want it. The menu being pre-arranged, in that kind of half boarding contract, they often bring to you unclean stuff unless you carefully review the meal’s composition at the entrance and inform them beforehand of your preferences. Since a lot of Westerners come to this hotel, the staff assumes most people will eat what they bring (just about ...
... asked for natural green tea, but it looked a bit dark to me, and I think the young server misunderstood my non-creole accent and brought me decaf coffee. It didn't matter. It didn’t affect my ticker, so I'm sure there was no caffeine in it. At this stage, I started to feel more relaxed, after the stress of the last few days (I’m sure nobody knows what I’m talking about!) It always takes us some time to unwind, ...
... to see the River and waterfall. The waterfall was really a great experience and it was so beautiful, I couldn't take my eyes off it and I know that my parents felt the same at that moment.
Anyway all good things have to come to an end at some point and that point was now. It was jard to go but I knew Ile Aux Cerfs Island was still to come. When we were taken back to the Catamaran I was so excited to finally be going to the Island, ...
... are they there?!’”
When we weren’t snorkeling, we were listening to reggae music and sunbathing, sipping on bottled cokes (with sugar instead of corn syrup), eating BBQ and being teased by the local guys who owned the boat. They kept serving everyone except for a few of us girls so we had to chase him, climbing up and down the boat to get a slice of orange cake or pineapple. It tastes sweeter when you work for ...