Maritim Hotel Mauritius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the waterfront. I've been coming here for more than a dozen years, so we were disappointed to see it was closed on Mondays. We ate at a neighboring restaurant festooned with banners supporting Olympique de Marseille one of France’s famous – sometimes infamous – football (soccer) teams. The owner must come from Marseille, which we remember nostalgically; it was my first pastorate as a very young minister.
... kicked off this wave giddy as a little school girl and anxious to get another one. I saw a guy looking at me funny with an angry look on his face. I waved to him with a smile and he paddled over to me. This guy all the sudden just starts going off on me. "Get out of here!" "This is a locals only spot, you are not allowed to surf here!" This guy went on and on and we argued for about 5 minutes. Finally, the guy realized I wasn't going to get out ...
... cutlets and fresh bread for lunch. After lunch, we had a shower and finally had a nap late afternoon. So we didn't go out that afternoon as we wanted to. Andrew also was sleeping and didn't want to wake up. It was all good, we were very tired anyway. Dinnertime came and we went to eat at Fortune Eight restaurant in Chinatown. The food was ok! Here are some photos on arrival ...
... kids wanted to do some parasailing and as George is the adrenaline junky she volunteered for it too. Another activity offered was to swim with dolphins. I've had my reservations about this as I have wondered about the dolphins having that much contact with humans, but these are completely wild and you jump in from a boat and try to keep up as they swim in their feeding areas. Believe me, there is no chance of harassment here, we were swimming with fins as fast ...
... it was pretty awesome, it wasn’t quite as good. First the tigers we were with were so much bigger, because they were full size. Second, the staff wasn’t as good as in Thailand. After 7 minutes, they were trying to usher us out, which was irritating and overall they weren’t quite as friendly or fun. Anyway, this is what happens when you’ve travelled a lot and seen so much; it’s only natural that you begin comparing things. ...