Le Palmiste Resort & Spa, Mauritius
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... away, beer in hand and kangaroos hopping about in the forest around us. It was just a shame bad light stopped play each night. As with the rest of our Australia trip we were constantly busy and managed to cram in the majority of what was on offer in and around Armidale: a peaceful and relaxing afternoon in the quiet and picturesque vineyard with excellent wine and matching views; a hike through the national park, taking in some breath taking scenery of the tableland landscape ...
Today we woke up to clear blue sunny skies! Finally! Our plan is to go to the beach house and take the kids swimming at Trou aux Biches beach. However, a couple of stops in Port Louis first. We visited Uncle Ah Lim Kow whose apartment is at Rue l'Arsenal in Port Louis. He was by himself at home. He recently had a surgery done and he has lost a lot of weight. He used to be chubby and stocky when he was younger. ...
We are now at the end of Day 1 at Long Beach Hotel in Mauritius, what a fantastic place. We've both already been kissed by the gentle sun, and have enjoyed a delightful day being served by these lovely gentle people on the Island. I am bl...own away by the soothing nature of everything; climate, people, sounds and food. Our resort is world class and despite the anticyclone causing a gentle breeze off the south east coast of the Island we are very comfortable and ...
We started back to the Prodigues’ home stopping at the southern tip of the island so I could have a look at the surf pounding near some interesting rock formations called the “crying rock” (always damp from the surf) and the “praying woman” (it does look like such a silhouette) which I had never seen before.
Finally as the sun turned the horizon red, we pulled into their driveway and took our leave. ...
... other than having an extremely awkward limp for a few days. The island was deserted- must have only been a half mile in diameter. They had set up a grill and made us some juice, salad and BBQ chicken. T’was lovely. We then got back on the catamaran, had a cocktail or two, and rode to another island that was 90 percent rock. There, we snorkeled and saw some amazing fish and a sea turtle. I used ...