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... choices. We attempted the chicken Bolognese. Again… yeesh. We would all be thin in Sri Lanka. Of all flights to be delayed, it had to be the one to the Seychelles. We had a 6 hours wait, I tried to sleep on the airport chairs, I knew we were all being watched. The locals just looked and smiled at us, blatantly turning in their chairs to look back at us, nodding in approval periodically. It was not in a creepy way, it was more in the way Ava and Jack ...
... of a small car. A banana leaf is big enough for two to curl up on. It's because of the rain. It starts to rain with a few heavy drops. Then, a second later, it comes down in buckets. The rain comes down with a fury. It pounds on the roof like it's trying to break in. Then, just a suddenly, it stops. It happened every night when we first arrived. It comes without warning and no matter what ...
... the time when the supercontinent of Godwin was divided into smaller parts, leaving the Seychelles islands between the present day Madagascar and India.
For our last night we ventured into a restaurant we had previously passed. When we showed up most tables were reserved but they found a a spot for us on the veranda. Susan had Creole Prawns and Joe Ginger Crab. This restaurant, the Prilogue was the best so far on the island and we lamented it was our last dinner. ...
... and the visibility was a little milky in the distance. Maybe it’s the granite particulate. We encountered a couple of turtles, one just munched on coral while we petted him. We saw several sharks, balls of snappers and the usual array of tropical color when we heard a clicking noise. There 50 feet from us were nine dolphins. We don’t need to tell our friends who dive that an underwater encounter with ...
... kind of small flower which pollinates the female and smells quite flowery and nice. The pollination takes place from the wind or from small birds. The nut, when out of the husk, looks like a female abdomen and that is what makes it quite popular in paintings and such. Oddly enough, she never said what it is used for mainly although she did say it can be eaten. And oddly, we haven’t seen any products ...