Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa
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... Drove back down and were let off near the 18th
century market in the centre of town. Our instructions were simple.
Wander the markets for an hour; go under the main road using the subway.
Walk along the waterfront and end up at the Casino at 2:30.
buss will pick you up neat the lion. Sounds simple. We wandered the
market being offered all sorts of illegal imports such as unstained
harem pants, woodcarvings, ...
... things" that come with obedience and character. Breakfast was copious, since I will have no lunch to be alert for Church this afternoon.
Last night, the hotel had a roast, with its customary Friday buffet on the Beach. I decided to pass and stay in my room, since it was roasted… pig! They told me I could have ordered something else, but I didn’t feel like smelling that unclean repulsive thing while eating. This week, I’ve ...
... an excellent sermonette on “The Time of Shekinah” (The Time of God’s Presence, in Eden and then).
Tomorrow, we have a big day, a day at sea on a catamaran with lunch at sea and one or two other activities (probably the biggest activity of the Feast, that required advanced planning and reservations) and we will have Church later in the afternoon or early evening. Hope you all have an excellent 2nd Day. I’ll let you know how it went. Good night ...
... If this garden is the precursor to the current garden then Pamplemousse is the oldest botanical Garden in the British territories although origins are often traced to 1768 whenPierre Pioue became director. Eitherway it is the oldest Botanical Garden in all of the tropics.
We had been walking around for ages and the sun was setting which was our cue to go home and get a good nights nest ready for what tomorrow has in store
... Semester at Sea would be like. Getting lost, seeing so much poverty and suffering, eating strangely wonderful foods, and constantly stretching my comfort zone. Never had I ever expected anything like this. Before I could let any thoughts of guilt set in, I dunked my head underwater to wash it away. As I learned before in Ghana, “Don’t sulk in your privilege. Appreciate it to its fullest capacity.” And after the ...