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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... here is primarily for use in Mauritius.
Mario drove at speed like a man possessed at times, sometimes overtaking half a dozen vehicles at a time. I said that we didn’t want him to get into trouble with the police but he seemed unconcerned about that.
Shortly before 3pm we arrived back in Port Louis where Mario and Jeff went to the Post Office to post a couple of postcards bought at the Black River ...
... crossing the road which is infinitely more dangerous,particularly in the rain. In the evening we went to another local restaurant called Moustache ,which has a moustache motif and had a meal with Miranda's old colleague Alexandra who has come to Mauritius from Nice for some winter sun only to find rain.Interestingly the restaurant has a wine shop next door and the wine list is their actual stock. It may be an expensive wine shop but with a minimal mark up was actually very good ...
... operates as a restaurant and we chucked when there was a sign outside offering Pizza's.The house is still owned by the Guimbeau's a wealthy French family who we learnt throughout our tour owned tea plantations, sugar plantations and rum distilleries.The house has been a museum since the 1990's when the old lady of the house passed away.The owners did not want anything to change, and the house has retained all its period furniture and paintings and as we explored ...
... restaurant - 3 floors, 9 cuisines, 8 open kitchens. It was delicious. The flight here was good. Emirates are very good at what they do. They surprised us with a bottle of vintage 2004 champagne which was a nice treat! We slept like logs last night for over 12 hours. Our room is right on the beach. We could hear the waves all night. Fingers crossed there won't be a tsunami...! And the best news - Tom is still breathing without being hooked up to IV! ...
By this time it was 4:00 pm. It was time to leave to get back to Kigali by dark. Those, like the Mundelis, who were going on to Kayenzi, would not arrive before 7:00 and probably much later since they would have to go slowly in the dark.
On the way back Patrick asked if I would try to bring him some books in English so he could improve his skills. He is a journalist who works in English, French and Kinyarwanda, but English is taking a preeminent ...