Mont Choisy Hotel
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... Lauren and another general purpose labels shop, all of which could have been teleported from (or to!) Rodeo Drive. Their paved parking areas were for fminibuses full of tourists bussed out of the resorts to buy up their designer goods by the wheelbarrow full - again, it was quite shocking to see the contrast, and led to an increased awareness for all of us about how nice things are at home and how lucky we all are. The road to Port Louis was lined for much of ...
... time for another dive, same as the first dive yesterday but somehow banged my head on the backward roll in, didn't mentioned it and gave the standard OK sign as a didn't want them stopping me diving. To cut a long story short, finished the dive and a few hours later I'm sat sipping my beer with four stitches in the back of my head. As we get changed for the wedding the heavens open, first rain we've seen but fortunately short lived. This wedding is quite a ...
Miranda went off to have her hair done whilst we lazed by the pool until the rain came and as she returned she brought news of a developing cyclone off the coast of Madagascar. If it hits us we could lose power for days so off we went to the shops to buy some tinned food,bottles ...
... of Dorado, chicken, grilled aubergines together with salad pasta and rice made - a real feast!Fresh pineapple was followed by coffee - a great effort by the crew and one of the best restaurant views we have experienced.
After lunch we headed towards the Grand River South East Waterfall, the mountains came down to the shoreline and as the waters changed colour we knew we were at the mouth of the river.Back into the small boat again, David decided to stay on ...
... out between slower cars, buses stopping for passengers, dogs (of which there are many wandering around Mauritius), motorbikes of various descriptions, and pedestrians. As I passed through the villages I could see brightly colored Hindu temples – the dominant color seems to be red, even more brightly colored Tamil temples (favorite color: yellow) decked with many statues of strange-looking gods. I passed a mosque, typically painted in green and white.