Le Palmiste Resort & Spa, Mauritius
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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Mario got to the end of the divided bumpy pot-holed road then did a U-turn and down we went to the car park where we alighted to view the spectacular Chamarel Waterfall which is taller than the Statue of Liberty !
At the top of the twin waterfall, we could see cascades leading to the edge of the falls … such a pretty sight surrounded by rain forest trees and the rich red of the rocks behind the falls.
... able to tickle a tortoise. Vaneesh told us they love having their neck or shell caressed and judging by the smile on his face I think my new found friend was enjoying the attention (the tortoise of course not our guide).
Another great day out on what was going to be a relaxing holiday but with only a couple of days left that's exactly what we will be doing so these rather lengthy blog entries will be one very shirt and sweet as we enjoy the last days of our holiday.
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. ...
... discouragement or weakness stop coming to services. The Bible explains different courses of action in each case.
There were two pieces of special music and then I gave the sermon, on the same subject I had covered in other areas.
As soon as the service was over, the children were allowed to leave and play outside, but the adults reconvened almost immediately for a Q&A Bible Study. Some of the questions were:
- In Leviticus 23:15-17 the ...
AIESEC (http://www.aiesec.in/), a student run organisation facilitating international internships, gave me this wonderful opportunity to travel to Mauritius for six weeks, for working at an NGO for the rehabilitation of drug and alcohol addicts. This was my first experience with social work, and it's definitely not going to be the last. My work was meaningful ...