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... because, you know, I live in Tokyo - the BIGGEST capital city ever.)
People were generally friendly, but many at the market we then went to was too aggressive and I didn't like that. Everyone speaks French and Creole. I was a little surprised to learn that Mauritius actually got its independence from UK, not France, because I always thought that it was a French colony. The history is actually that it was a French colony before the British ...
... but all the single quads were taken, hence Paul going on the double. Luckily this is a properly organised trip with safety in mind, David is 89 years old!! yes I mean 89. David used to be a racing driver and lives anything high risk. David is a widower, his wife died just 14 months ago. Anyway they had a great day and came back in one piece. At the end of the trip Paul watched as David got a photo from his rucksack if ...
Much nicer today, sea more calm, not as windy and the temperature is a little cooler also maybe a bit less humidity which always helps. Information received from home suggests you're in the grip of winter again, been cold and very windy, strong enough to knock you off your feet in certain parts of the country. (I know how that feels, it was like that on board here yesterday) I hope it gets back to spring quickly. We arrive Mauritius tomorrow morning, we have ...
... tonight was a duo singing soul music Soul Connection. Boy/girl act. Not bad, can't quite rave about them though. Followed by a comedian /magician, now I'm not keen on magicians cos they always want someone from the audience. Andre was no exception. He was a bit funny but the audience bit was taking the P... that's when I start to cringe, and just hope he doesn't come in my direction which luckily he didn't. ...
... a backpacker's town, with plenty of bars, restaurants and travel agents looking to set you up with their best, exclusive deals. The esplanade that skirts the sea-front and runs the length of the town is a very nice place to be. Everyday I passed by the swimming lagoon and surrounding park they were full of people, all out making the most of the fantastic sunny weather. Of course, Cairns was where my partners in crime were arriving and I was so excited to see them both. Lynne ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service