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... 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 without stopping. This is 202 km, or about four and a half marathons. Now every day he climbs the mountain in the morning, and takes people for long hikes in the jungle in the afternoon. He looks very fit. I think that I shouldn't be surprised. Yan drives us back to the hotel. The Saudi Arabian lady, who looks about 30, ...
... to be a slow process. The officials are very deliberate, which is good, but the whole of live in Mauritius is slower than what Westerners are used to, so it takes a day or to slow down and not expect things to happen immediately.
I picked up my rental car and drove the short way to the hotel, I’m trying out the brand new Holiday Inn this time, which is near the airport and convenient to the areas I need to access. When I arrived in the parking ...
Thursday is the day of the big market in Quatres Bornes ,an old established town with still a few old colonial buildings,the police station and telephone exchange being good examples. sadly both are by a busy crossroads so difficult to stop and photograph. The market is just like the souks in Doha and Muscat although no one tried to sell us ...
... for a long time forbidden by the Catholic missionaries, the suggested motive led to frequent fights and orgies and discouraged attendance at Mass the next morning. In the past 30 years Sega has become both popular and fashionable and is now danced by every social class. We were entertained for about 40 minutes but I scurried off to find David once they started to get the guests to join in! We weren't expecting to see the dancers on the beach so it made a nice end to our ...
... and thought about the historic places over or near which we flew. Down the coast of Italy, including ancient Rome; Anzio where American troops landed and fought a difficult battle in WW2, Monte Casino - where the casualties were so high- and the ruins of Pompeii. We flew over Mediterranean volcanoes including Stromboli, and over the straits of Messina, probably the location where Homer placed the monsters Scylla and the Charybdis in the Iliad. We flew over Libya, ...