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... Of course there must be layers of history that I am entirely unaware of, but this seemed the gist of it. We did visit the model shipbuilding factory, which sounds somewhat twee, but was interesting to observe the handcrafting process and the highly detailed products. Lotte did like it. We asked our driver to take us somewhere that served Indian vegetarian food for lunch, perhaps a market stall? We were in the mood for street food and an ...
... br> burns off 51 calories? It would appear that we either have to do a
lot more rowing, eat less or put on weight – I wonder which it will
Mauritius is our
nearest (to WA) western neighbour. It is a comparatively small
island with 330 kms of sandy coastline and 100 km2
hinterland. The population of 1.2M speak mostly Creole, French and
English, are very friendly and have diverse religions of Hindu,
... what did you expect, a big hole in the ground left over from an old volcano but still somehow intriguing. The Mare aux Vacoas is the largest reservoir in Mauritius. No swimming or recreation allowed – drinking water only. The views from Black River Gorge were great and the Chamarel waterfall fall was quite nice, but the most interesting spot was the Holy Lake Grand Basin. While the stats I quote above say the Hindus are about 48% of the ...
... the Aapravasi Ghat which was the entry terminal for indentured servants and slaves onto the island. There are several buildings here to view and a center where further information is available to see. The area has been designated as a World Heritage Site.
Perhaps the most interesting spot in Port Louis is the Central Market area. It is bustling with life and ...
... that give them a living. It makes no sense.
I ended up staying in a really cool place in Tamarin about a 1 minute walk from the beach. The place is owned by an insanely nice Italian guy named Evon. Very cool atmosphere and everyone that was staying there was really friendly. Evon is a surfer too and he took me to a wave called Ambulance the day after I arrived. The wave breaks on this outer reef and we had to take a small boat out to the ...