LUX Le Morne
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... News". It looks very official. There is an excerpt from our blog on "Malaysia News", and a link to our blog site. I wonder why our blog is on a Malaysian news site. It must be a bit quiet in Malaysia at the moment. I panic. What if Gavin from Bangalore has found the blog on this news site and worked out that it was him I was writing about. What about all the other people I have written about. Issy says that I should go through the blog and change all the names. She tells me that ...
... on the deck next to her. When she looks around they have flown away. On the way back to Le Morne we stop briefly to look at a very unusual small rock formation in the lagoon. We have seen this on a lot of Mauritius travel brochures. When we get back to Le Morne we find that our guide managed to catch Issy's thongs as they flew past him. She is very relieved. We are glad that we gave our guide something to do. We didn't ask him any questions, and about the ...
... out a long straight channel that goes right across the lagoon from the shore to a gap through the reef. He says that this was dug to allow the fishermen to get their boats out to the ocean. Before they dug it the water was too shallow for the fishing boats and lots of them hit rocks and sank. He points out a white cross on a rock in the middle of the lagoon. He says that this is a memorial to the many fishermen who have drowned in the lagoon. He says that most fishermen ...
... of a very high standard. Some of the bunkers are bigger than some of the beaches we have been to. I think that it is a pity that golf causes me to throw my toys out of my cot. If it wasn't for that I think I could quite enjoy playing golf here. The beach in front of Le Paradis is very nice. It is quite narrow and lined with palm trees. The water looks crystal clear, and there don't seem to be too many rocks. There don't seem to be too ...
... car was necessary I was told. The only place I knew of to go for surf was Tamarin Bay so that was where I was headed. It was around an hour drive along the coast to get there. Straight away Mauritius was different than what I had expected. As soon as I left the airport I was driving through a farmland of sugar cane. The sugar cane was so high that you couldn't see over it. The roads wrapped around these farms and at times it felt as if you were ...