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... Drove back down and were let off near the 18th
century market in the centre of town. Our instructions were simple.
Wander the markets for an hour; go under the main road using the subway.
Walk along the waterfront and end up at the Casino at 2:30.
buss will pick you up neat the lion. Sounds simple. We wandered the
market being offered all sorts of illegal imports such as unstained
harem pants, woodcarvings, ...
... is a small island because it only covers about 2 046 square kilometres. Apparently Mauritius was made by a volcanic eruption. This created a 671 metre high plateau. Mauritius is a great place to visit. It gives in depth, a glimpse of what the world would be if there were no racism. It gives a wonderful sense of happiness towards others. Above all it shows through it's food, languages, festivals and religions that we can all UNITE AS ...
... the Church Hall. Something to keep in mind if you plan to go abroad next year for the Feast!
Getting sleepy. Maybe it’s a good sign. Reaching the number of nights it usually takes me to get over jetlag. I barely slept last night again and feel a bit drowsy. There is a lot of joy in our small group her in Mauritius. More than before. It is exciting and encouraging to witness. Hope you’re having a Great Feast. “À demain ...
... there. Nine strong, ready to spend time with our Heavenly Father and reflect on His Way of Life and the deep meaning of those 8 days. This morning, we listened to Jim Franks Feast Sermon, which was very well received, and this afternoon, after a delicious meal prepared by the ladies, and two hours of fellowship and getting better acquainted with our guests, I spoke on the soon coming “Birth of God’s True Utopia” (the kind of world God is going to bring). Michael ...
... lunch catching up with my character of a cousin Sebastien who moved back to Mauritius recently after spending several years in Australia.
My second week on the island saw more walks on the beach and in the mountains enjoying every second of the incredible scenery this island has to offer and just to enjoy the peaceful life and the pleasure of not having to chop and change backpackers every other day. A well needed break from backpacking :)
I saw ...