Le Coco Beach
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... We had sun loungers in the shade and were given a couple of welcoming fruit punches. We swam in the sea, which initially felt cool but very quickly turned warm, in fact so warm that you could have spent all day in it. This was followed by a buffet lunch served on the beach. There was a selection of food but Erica and I had Mauritian curry, rice and noodles, which were very good. We then spent longer in the sea. The only disappointing aspect was there ...
... than expected
. The roads were way better than expected, although all the speed humps were annoying especially when trying to drink tea.
. Hot Air balloon landing was easier than expected
. Getting so close to a silverback mountain gorilla. Brilliant!
. The friendly locals along the way
I planned the trip to Africa over 2-3 years ago. Had to cancel and rebook a year later due to an accident, but the African adventure was great fun and went real ...
... for places to walk and places to run and places to eat and places to check out books and places to get take-out and places to just be--all within walking distance of where I now live.
I am thankful that my Republican friends embrace the likes of Sarah Palin because I rest assured that such support will ensure that President Obama will have four more years to try to dig us out of the mess that George Bush and Dick Cheney got us into.
I am thankful for the 66 ...
... site. It was a beautiful and impressive sight.
Just past Saint Denis, we drove around the base of the steep cliffs of la Montagne, quite an impressive drive. The cliffs are draped high and low with heavy metal netting to catch rock fall. Reunion is a fairly young island, which means the hills and mountains are very steep. It is also volcanic which means the relief is all hardened, nearly impervious lava rock, which means water doesn’t soak in well, ...
... to take home. After passing a few cool places like Gris Gris and Soulliac we started to head north and our next and final stop was Rochester Falls. It was an interesting drive taking us right out through the sugar cane fields on tiny bumpy roads. We got there in the end and there are two brothers that have organised the place, keep it clean and show the visitors around. We went down to see the waterfall and its very picturesque! A waterfall about ...