LUX Le Morne
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... during the whole tour was to tell us that the dolphins we saw are called Spinner Dolphins. I think that he has had a very easy morning.
Today is the last full day of our great adventure, so we decide that we will spend the rest of it relaxing. We assume our now customary position on sun lounges, under an umbrella, on the beach in front of our room. We sleep, read, and raise the "Service Please" flag on the umbrella to order some drinks. The weather ...
... The colours in the lagoon are brilliant. The other main view is up the coast to the north towards some spectacular peaks. The low clouds make them look even more spectacular.
Nico points 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 ...
... in France, and Mauritius is further from France than it is from Australia. I think that maybe there are Australians here at the hotel, and they are stuck in their rooms because they didn't bring any shoes and long pants with them.
We go to dinner. Again we chose the buffet, and again we pig out. The table we sit at is probably 50 metres from our room. This is by far the furthest we have ventured from our room today. I tell Issy that we must be careful ...
... be lots of golf balls in the canal. If I was playing, some of them would be mine. If I was playing, some of my clubs might be in the canal as well. The beach at Dinarobin doesn't look quite as nice as the beach at Le Paradis. It is much wider and more windswept, and the sand is much coarser and harder to walk on. It also looks quite rocky in the water. There don't seem to be too many people staying here. The beach is almost empty.
... to start the trip back to Port Louis. I stayed a while longer to talk with Mr. and Mrs. Prodigue about Feast of Tabernacles planning. I finally left a little before 5:00 telling them I planned to come here again just before the fall festivals.
It was a very encouraging and enjoyable day on which to end the spring festivals. Tomorrow I will have part of the day here on the island and then will make the long overnight flight to ...