La Plantation Resort & Spa
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... with lots of shops selling sari and other clothes.
Then past the racetrack which Mario said we’d get a better shot of from the Citadel.
Up we climbed to the Citadel and out we got … posing for a photo in front of an old cannon.
The Citadel – also known as Fort Alexandra - was built and used by the Portuguese centuries ago and is ...
... of the back and forth, quid pro quo, of the process and when she bargains we always come out ahead. We once had a carpet salesman in Fez, Morocco call us back to his shop, with panic in his eyes, because he had agreed to sell Marjolaine a carpet at a loss. Other witnesses convinced us that he was telling the truth, so we had mercy (but only a very littleJ.)
We bought some postcards and stamps, and then headed to our little ...
... in the process of building one.
The flight to Antananarivo, Madagascar was three hours long. I watched 90 minutes worth of courses on my iPad. I occasionally buy a lecture series from the Learning Company, and bought a video serious recently on the history of Asia Minor, the area covered by modern Turkey. I’ve been working my way through it when I have down time on planes or in my hotel rooms. It’s been quite interesting and given some useful ...
... group of us who travelled together and from these we knew a few so we stuck with them for the week, went on trips, excursions and drank whisky. We took a minibus around the island for one day and saw Port Louis, a huge Hindu temple and loads of the countryside.
The hotel was nice (but eye wateringly expensive!) right on the beachfront of the West coast which is better for weather. We all snorkelled on the beach reef which was interesting, if a bit ...
... sixteen people from ten different countries. So my trip was basically going to be an 11-in-1 cultural exchange program. The previous dilemma that I was facing was instantly resolved.
The first sight of Mauritius was an absolute feast for the eyes. I could see the tiny speck of land surrounded by the bluest water I'd ever seen in my life. The landing was even better, right between a perfect semicircular rainbow kissing the ground from end to end. This ...