Le Grand Bleu Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and thought about the historic places over or near which we flew. Down the coast of Italy, including ancient Rome; Anzio where American troops landed and fought a difficult battle in WW2, Monte Casino - where the casualties were so high- and the ruins of Pompeii. We flew over Mediterranean volcanoes including Stromboli, and over the straits of Messina, probably the location where Homer placed the monsters Scylla and the Charybdis in the Iliad. We flew over Libya, ...
... popular. Like some other countries most men are farmers and grow produce but they also are business men. Religious beliefs: As you now know, Mauritius is made up of may different cultures. Therefore there are many different religions. Although there are many religions in Mauritius there are not many clashes. In fact religion is what binds everybody together. 52% of people are Hindu. 28.3% are Christians. Muslims take ...
... bed. I will be going to bed too very soon as I am starting to feel tired. At least I am up to date with my blog. I am so thankful that I have internet at the beach house and at dad's house! I don't think I could survive without internet! I can talk or IM with hubby everyday! Helps me stay connected with home. I miss them so much! In a way, I can't wait to go home. But I also have to make the most of my time with ...
... easyjet run! On the plane we had two seats on their own. The plane was quite empty so everyone spread out. We were well looked after with free drinks, two meals, snacks and hot towels- luxury compared to what we're used to! Lights went out at 8pm probably because of the kids inboard, so it made it a long 12 hour flight! Saw gorgeous mountains over north Italy and a lovely sunrise over the ...
... I have only been able to picture myself living for an extended period of time in a select number of locations. Ghana was one. Cape Town was another. And then we went to Swaziland. Something about Swaziland made put me in awe and, because I cannot pinpoint a particular moment, I would guess that it was the overall experience. The people were warm and friendly, a far cry from the rushed and frantic people of Johannesburg, and there was a sense of ...