La Palmeraie Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... rest if the afternoon on the beach. We booked in our candlelight dinner in the gazebo tonight and were lucky that the rain stayed away. We had been warned that its a big dinner so we made sure we didn't have a repeat of last night by starting early! After a drink we went to our gazebo which overlooks the pool and there was a run cocktail in a pineapple waiting for us! We had Indian pastries (they described it as bread), cheese tartlets, a large mushroom vol au vont, then the ...
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 ...
... chickening out. I’m not exactly sure what I was expecting when Garrett told me waterfall repelling and cliff jumping, but stupidly I wore my new sneakers and I’m still trying to get the smell out of them. Clearly I’m not outdoorsy enough to assume that waterfalls and cliffs means I will be swimming through water all day. By about the third waterfall I started turning purple, ...
... for midterms so Lindsay and I just went up to deck 7 and chatted for a while. It was a fun time since I haven't really been able to hang out with her one on one. Afterwards my sister Katie came by and we ended up chatting till close to midnight. The sky was really clear so it was fun to stargaze and chat the night away. What else are we going to do in the middle of the ocean? Study? Please! I'll save that "fun" for tomorrow. ...
Mauritius was the scene of one of my more spectacular mistakes! Let's say I was seduced by the astoundingly beautiful scenery, the heady local rum, and a very gorgeous local man. I stayed there for some months after my brother married a girl from Curepipe, one of the larger ...