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... festivals. Everything that I learnt about the festivals, I tried to make like I had included that in my Journey to Mauritius. I tried to pick the best photos to represent what I was trying explain. I chose Other Facts to do because I wanted to learn that little bit more about the island. Also because I was low on words. I found out about a lot and I mixed it in to make it sound as if I found ...
... for. Very Indian in style, loads if space, modern bathroom and a view if the sea. Within a minute if arriving, a bottle of paradise cove cava had arrived along with sweet treats and fruit skewers. There was also a sarong, hat, beach bag and a ?? For Glyn waiting for us on the enormous bed! We were told to go to the spa for a welcome massage as soon as we had sorted ourselves out, which we did. We are already feeling very spoilt! ...
... herself the afternoon sped by and almost as soon as we'd arrived, it was already time to head on home to Tamarin. A sunset walk on the beach followed, with part of the beach being taken up by a wedding with some traditional sega music and dancing... what a day!
My uncle Louis invited my dad and I to join him, his wife and daughter for a spin on his speed boat and once we'd set sail we soon found the friendly dolphins who love showing off their skills. We ...
... bodies entirely, which should be comfortable. Another fun tidbit of information is the fact that the entire crew has spent the last couple of days covering every single stair and inch of carpet with cardboard. I thought this was because they were going to change our carpet to something different, but they told us today that they were protecting their carpet for the inevitable large amounts of poo we are going to be traipsing in when we all come back on the ship after our Indian adventures.
... promised his family would give us a real Mauritian welcome. Fabrice good English, Dad good and Mum rather shy with a little English, and brother good. But they speak Creole so we had no idea what was being said at times.
VERY simple home with few extras except a very flash TV. Shower didn't work, Mun boiled water for us in the kitchen for us to wash in bathroom. We were meant to sleep up at Grandma's place but somehow Mum and Dad moved out ...
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