Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... Grenier, and another bus on to Tamassa Resort. The journey took 3 hours, but that is ok as we have all the time in the world, and we actually arrived at Tamassa at 1pm and couldn't check in till 2pm anyway. Travelling by bus was interesting as the buses wove around the villages along the way. When the Rosses, Jansens, Wallaces, Castles finally did arrive, it was great to see them all again, and to see the shock on their faces to find us in Mauritius. I'm glad we surprised them. ...
... I am thankful that God gave me the intelligence and blessings. I have the support and love of good friends and an amazing family. And I have my puppy. Life wouldnt be complete without a best friend. If the only thing I am missing is a man, my life isnt that bad.
Sometimes I get lonely. Sometimes I forget why I am thankful. But then I see the sunset and feel the breeze in my hair and sand in my toes and I am content with myself again.
... in the town of Bel Ombre on the Southern coast of the island. We spent a very nice relaxing day there, which included an early morning workout in the gym, an afternoon snorkel, some very nice cocktails by the pool, a torrential afternoon downpour and a buffet dinner (which actually wasn't that nice but who can complain when it's all ...
... this time of year was a few very cold nights in South Africa eg. Around -10 in the Drakensburg mountains. Buying a sleeping bag rated for -5 was good.
Before the trip, I was most looking forward to the Gorillas, the balloon ride over the Serengetti, the crater, and seeing Cape Town. I cannot complain, all of these were brilliant.
The most memorable moments:
. Facing a Leopard in the night at the Serengetti campsite
. Meeting the mountain gorillas ...
... It was a mess.
This paired with the fact that we were constantly losing an hour of sleep meant that studying for midterms was an absolute nightmare.
On the first night at sea, the ship’s captain decided to turn off the external lights of the ship so we could have a star watching night! The sky in the middle of the ocean was just covered stars, so much so it looked like dust. It was so nice laying out on the deck with the rest of the ship. ...