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We've been away just one week now, it almost feels like I am doing a PR Shoot for the hotel but I can assure you I'm definitely not on commission for promoting this beautiful hotel, just happy to share the experience with friends.
Yesterday from the beach we watched the microlight aircraft take off and land almost all day, as I kept looking David said "I bet you'd love to go up in that". Well why not I thought it's not every day you get the opportunity to soar up high ...
... Palm trees, pretty flowers and happy faces all make this hotel a delight to walk around.
We were greeted by the staff at the adult pool area, everyone is so polite and friendly, they cannot do enough for you.
I bought a necklace from one of the authorised beach hawkers, a nice guy who was telling us how his wife and 2 daughters made the necklaces he was selling. He lived in ...
... went to The Banyan we headed to the main restaurant.
We've now booked The Beach, The Abalone & The Banyan for dinner with just a couple of nights at the buffet and it's great that there is such a choice but the restaurants Al la carte are our preference and all included in our package.
An enjoyable dinner and as we leave the restaurant we notice at reception that only one of the bottles has been found today so there a chance for me yet so watch this space. !
We spent a long night on board the first of our flights home from mauritius back to Dubai, trying to get some sleep in aircraft seats was just not going to happen appart from the odd 5 minute doze.
It was the early hours of the morning in Dubai and still 28 degrees, not that we took a step outside it was just a transit stop this time. We did not even notice it getting light while we were waiting the 2 and a half hours for ...
... start, we had to chop the ingredients whilst being given instructions on how to put it together. The main course of chicken curry and most interestingly for me, a banana soufflé for dessert. Two egg yolks combined with mashed banana, two egg whites whisked separately until firm then carefully folded into the banana mixture. Place into a buttered cup with sugar and bake for 7 mins at 180 - tasted lovely all ...