Hotel Le Palmiste
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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. ...
Going through custom at the airport in Mauritius was a breeze. The plane was not actually full but we still let everyone get out first and our seats were towards the back of the plane anyway. After we picked up our baggage, we went to the Duty Free shop to buy two bottles of whiskey for Dad, and some chocolate boxes for gifts. I also bought a Paco Rabanne perfume for hubby. ...
... can also put it in the washer haha
- Also he put pasta in the fridge..
- He is 18 and was living with his parents, so a lot to learn for him! :P
- When I was working more than 12 hours a day in 15 days in a row. I was so tired in the morning that I sprayed parfum in stand of deo under my arm.. haha
- Lara, Deborah and I made pancakes for the collegeaus of Deborah!
- I can understand sometimes what customers saying in France if they want to have ...
... for the first time today, with whom I could have real, intelligent conversations. Huge sigh of relief haha! Now its on to India! I’m very excited! Tomorrow, we’re having Sea Olympics. That should be a lot of fun! We’re having all sorts of interesting activities all day, such as dodge ball, musical chairs, charades, Simon says, synchronized swimming, volleyball, a reversed spelling bee, a “make me laugh” ...
... east of the island and it takes just over 1 hour by car. Bit of a distance.
At the exit, a young local lad called Jeff was waiting for us.
He was indeed very sweet boy and gave us a unique lecture about the county during the journey.
He told us things like...
The last country who occupied Mauritius was Britain so the official language here is English, however, French (colonised by French before Britain) and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service