Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove
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... he successfully negotiated with Britain to give the settlers a privileged position of neutrality. Britain eventually assumed full control in 1810. Both the French and British settlers used enslaved Africans and although the British prohibited slavery in 1835 African workers continued to come. Seychelles became a crown colony in 1903. Elections were held in 1966 and 1970. Independence was granted in 1976 as a republic within the Commonwealth.
... was adequate and plentiful so we could split a meal for around 20 Shillings ($18) and we could relax on our own veranda. One night we went to the Beach Restaurant in a nearby hotel which had a very romantic setting right on the beach. Another evening we tried the Pizza and Creole restaurant. There are many local spices harvested to season the food and they
make lots of curry on the islands.
... is, we adapted fine. They don’t have a depth gauge attached to the first stage regulator but they will loan you an electronic depth gauge/timer if you don’t have a computer. (The batteries in Susan’s computer were dead). They provide nitrox at no additional cost. We have been diving in Australia, Tahiti, Mexico, Hawaii and of course Belize and Roatan. Diving in the Seychelles rated up there with Australia and Tahiti which certainly exceeded ...
... that friends (and fellow travelers) help each other out. He also mentioned that you always hear stories about being in the wrong place at the wrong time, but that this was one of those "right place, right time" moments. Whatever the reason was, I am forever grateful for it and for him (and his generosity).
If the world were full of people like him, I can't imagine how good it would be.
Another amazing day in the ...