Mont Choisy Coral Azur Beach Resort
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... it came to it we chickened out and will have to tell them that we will, in stead, be going on a much safer British cultural jaunt. (Put on lead boots and get lowered into the sea bed with only a solar powered air pump giving us air through an umbilical, operated by a cheery but unqualified local? We should bloody coco!). There is a choice of street food too and we tried that. Savoury crepe, yellow split pea pancake, with a choice of veggie, chicken ...
... at home. I can remember my dad buying little, sweet bananas in the days when fruit was seasonal. They were called Canary Bananas, either because they came from the Canary Islands or because they were singing bird colour.
The story so far :- We moved from the tired and turgid 'Les Aigrettes' in Mahebourg and took an apartment in the very splendid and luxurious 'Mon Choisy Beach Resort and Spa' near Trou aux Biches (which translates as the little deer's hole). To ...
Monday Our flight left Gatwick 1 hour behind schedule, apparently a problem with the catering options for the Premier Class passengers. It was our first time on a Dreamliner aircraft, we booked extra space in the premier Class and were not disappointed. Configuration was 2-3-2, we had an aisle and middle seat but certainly didn't feel cramped at all. It was a long flight 11hrs 30 mins but time soon passed. Cabin crew very ...
... sand dunes which change
color. Behind a distant fence were huge tortoises basking in the
sun. They looked like dinosaurs with their huge eyes, and leathery
skin. Then one of them began to chase the smaller one.
“What are they doing?”
“The birds and the bees,” someone
replied. And everyone broke into laughter.
Our next stop was to see the waterfall
and the gorge at ...
... the love nests which go all round the peninsula. They're little huts with two sunbeds and you can sit under the straw hut or go out on the wooden veranda. It's a lovely place to be but us very windy as you're not protected by the cove. Feels very honeymooney though. Had lunch at the bikini bar and was brave with fish again! Spent the rest of ...