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... sur les
particularités de cette culture dans l'histoire de notre île. Y sont
exposés : des machines anciennes liées à la production théière, des
services à thé du 19ème siècle, des photos, tableaux et documents
introduisant à la connaissance de plusieurs centaines d'infusions
Pour illustrer le tout, une dégustation des produits de la gamme Thé de Bois Chéri
est proposée dans un chalet ...
... maze of sugar cane. Finally, I came out of the sugar cane fields and the road opened up a bit and I could see huge volcanic mountains everywhere. I don't think I have ever seen mountains quite like it on an island. I was constantly coming across different river crossings and very unique looking trees. It seemed like
around every corner there was something different to see. The ocean was amazing. It was a blue-green color that I don't think ...
... towards India. We were behind a day because of our Mauritius stop, and that paired with the fact that the Mauritius to India trip is Pirate infested waters (yes, pirates still exist, except not a wooden boat.. they are in tiny speed boats and they use guns, less funny and more scary is what I learned). But thankfully we are the fasted cruise ship in the world, so we booked it up to about 25 knots.
At the beginning of the semester we were divided into ...
... at the time. They were only about a year old, so while they weren’t full size yet, they are big enough that if you met a hungry one in the wild, it could certainly eat you (or at least most of you…). Several were siblings and it was fun to watch them play with each other. But most of the time, they would just laze around – sort of like a household cat. It was hard not to compare to our experience with the tigers before ...
... like the one I visited in Singapore in 2008. From there, we travelled to the town of Pamplemousses to see the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens where we spent about an hour.
From the Gardens, we went on to the beach. By this time, the taxi driver was becoming desperate – he stopped at three more stores before taking us back to Port Louis. He was out of luck – we did not buy ...