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... and much slower than it was coming up. Every now and again someone dislodges a rock and we yell at everyone below to watch out. I am glad that I am near the back of the group.
We get back down to the bottom. Yan admires the Saudi Arabian man's running shoes. He says that he used to be sponsored to wear these same shoes. I ask him what sort of running he did. He says that he was an ultra marathon runner. He said that he once ran right around Mauritius ...
... obvious mixes, but many were very hard to place: Madagascar? Indian? A mix of two or three? In any event, I was the only obviously white person we saw. While such topics might be sensitive in other cultures, they are discussed without problem here.
Back at the Prodigues we enjoyed our cup of fresh brewed coffee, and talked for the rest of the afternoon. The sun was down by the time I arrived back at the ...
... back to Edinburgh upon his arrival back in England so he had to book a flight up from Heathrow.As it turned out this was a far cheaper option than taking the train the following morning and he would arrive back only about an hour later than he would have if all had run smoothly. Nevertheless a 1.15 am start for a one hour drive to the airport is not ...
... they drive on the left here.The British released all the Creole slaves by 1835 (These came mainly from Madagascar & Mozambique to work on the sugar plantations). The British introduced Indian workers to the island who received wages for their labour.In 1968 Mauritius gained independence and became a Republic state in 1992.I hope I did good Warren !
We soon arrived in Rosehill and what a colourful sight as we arrived at a Tamil temple.Such ornate ...
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Situé à quelques kilomètres de Grand Bassin, Bois Chéri est une usine de
thé et un musée. Des guides nous montrent et
expliquent les différents stades de production : de la cueillette
jusqu'à l'emballage, en passant par le flétrissage, la fermentation, le
séchage et le tamisage.
Un musée du thé vient compléter la visite et mettre ...