Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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. ...
... could be poured, which when properly cleaned and covered in cloth would make a natural crib. Matthew 2:11 says the wise men found Jesus in “the house,” so the traditional idea of being born in a snow covered stable really doesn’t hold up. We discussed that as some length.
Jocelyn asked for some guidelines on preparing sermonettes which he gives at FOT time and from time to time as needed through the year. That was a profitable discussion ...
... 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 ...
... and was good that we were there.
After the business side of it, we were picked up by a car and were taken to a safari lodge at the base of Kilimanjaro for a few days of relaxation and game viewing. The lodge was based in large tents but with a solid roof over it and it was just outside the national park which is basically a swamp formed by the run-off from Kili. It is not a smelly swamp though, and attracts lots of animals which makes it perfect to view ...
... bodies entirely, which should be comfortable. Another fun tidbit of information is the fact that the entire crew has spent the last couple of days covering every single stair and inch of carpet with cardboard. I thought this was because they were going to change our carpet to something different, but they told us today that they were protecting their carpet for the inevitable large amounts of poo we are going to be traipsing in when we all come back on the ship after our Indian adventures.