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... br> burns off 51 calories? It would appear that we either have to do a
lot more rowing, eat less or put on weight – I wonder which it will
Mauritius is our
nearest (to WA) western neighbour. It is a comparatively small
island with 330 kms of sandy coastline and 100 km2
hinterland. The population of 1.2M speak mostly Creole, French and
English, are very friendly and have diverse religions of Hindu,
... the Aapravasi Ghat which was the entry terminal for indentured servants and slaves onto the island. There are several buildings here to view and a center where further information is available to see. The area has been designated as a World Heritage Site.
Perhaps the most interesting spot in Port Louis is the Central Market area. It is bustling with life and ...
... didn't want to see that because there isn't much to do and I can buy Hugo Boss and Diesel in Tokyo or California for a cheaper price... However, there was this one hand-made glassware shop and my mom spent a long time buying lots of stuff there. Also, it was my friends' birthdays so we bought them something from there, too - earrings and bottle opener.
Finally, we went back on the boat and enjoyed a nice boat ride back to the hotel dock.
... the camera) there were wind surfers and water skiers in the sea just beyond the pool. Do the view was brilliant. We had tea and then spent so e time in the pool. Lunch was tuna and egg baguettes with fresh orange juice. We relaxed for a while and then got a taxi back to town. I suppose all in all it cost us about £25 each. The taxi driver on the way back likes football and wanted to chat, Doreen and Claire are ...
... from the tours desk on board, it takes a lot of questions before they relent. Not sure why this is, but you need to ask direct questions and say I have been told by several passengers etc. honestly it's like getting blood from a stone. Of course if the internet was free we could all do it ourselves but it is expensive. Anyway I eventually managed to get a print out of the city sightseeing bus but not the price!!! But at least I now know the routes and how ...