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... ethnic persecution, rule by despots, natural catastrophe or.... Well you get the idea. While recently people may have been wowed by the regular employment created by pyramid building, the strip field system; penny post, telegraph, powered flight, the power supply grid, universal suffrage, fizzy drinks or ball-point pens, all of these pale into insignificance when we consider the loads of technology and essential gizmos that so embellish our ...
... infinity pool, view of the ocean, private beach (in fact there are no private beaches in this country but there is security that suggests this, really strongly). One little thought though, why are modern toilets square? Is it a fashion thing, or has the anatomy of the human changed due to poor diet or global warming? Just experimenting to see what treats the colourful birds will come down for. Get them close enough to shoot. I love my Nikon side by side.
The dodo is ...
... take us to our hotel. Just 12 passengers (1 of 2 coaches) but each with a suitcase meant that the luggage was loaded onto the roof of the vehicle, tied down with rope, covered with tarpaulin, the driver smiling all the time as he lifted those heavy bags high above his head. Our journey to Grand Gaube, North of the Island, was just over an hour. The journey took us passed fields of sugar cane, papaya trees and bananas all growing ...
... waters and lovely bays. Our guide also
stopped to pick some wild Chinese guavas and let us have a taste.
Overall, Mauritius was a fantastic
place to visit. The sights, smells, and sounds of this Indian Ocean
Island were fascinating. It was like experiencing a Jurassic park
and Bollywood movie thrown together as one! It is truly an
Off the plane and quickly through passport and health check points. It's always a worry how you are going to find your transfers but we found white sand tours easily with 'Harrison' on the board. The man was very welcoming (the start of things to come) and gave us much needed water and wipes. We had been upgraded to an executive car (again a good start!) and we're led out to a very windy and rainy mauritius. It was full on rain most ...