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... to the restaurant where we would lunch and walked down to the water just a short distance away. It was an overcast day, with occasional sprinkles as is often the case in the south end of the island. Mr. Prodigue has family in the area, so it’s a place he knows well. I asked to take their photo by the water and they agreed. Most people don’t have the habit of smiling for photos, although they’re usually willing if asked; it just seems ...
Our first stop - Trou au Cerfs - was at an extinct volcano with a huge crater overgrown with lush tropical trees and plants. The view looking out over Mauritius was beautiful … no wonder Princess stops here … and to satisfy the Princess passengers, about 3 people had set up small stalls with cheap trinkets – no doubt they sold some !
We stayed there for about 15-20 mins and got back into our limo with ...
... extinct on the islands of Mauritius. 2. Black River Gorges National Park This park covers an area of 6574 hectares, about 3,5% of the island and includes gorges, mountains, crater lakes and green forests. From a viewpoint high up at 700masl we had a fantastic of part of this and of a little waterfall. 3. Grand Bassin This is a crater lake and is holy to the Mauritian hindus. We didn't stop exactly at the lake but before it where there is also a ...
... conveniently under cover as the rain pelted down. On our way back to the car we noticed a wasp nest and a colony of bird nests on the treetops. The tallest palm tree we saw was in fact a disguised mobile phone tower. On our way back we stopped off to pick up the turkey and fresh veg for the big day but balked at paying £7 for a pound of pathetic looking parsnips but they did have a few sprouts but we declined ...
... an impossibility when they spend half their working day either winding-up huge crocodiles or playing with tigers. Anyone who voluntarily gets in the water with a three hundred kilogram killing machine needs their head examined. They at least put on a good show and when it came to audience participation everyone had a good laugh. When a very enthusiastic Scandanavian man was chosen to come to the stage, his enthusiasm was swiftly thwarted upon being told he was going to help feed ...