Mont Choisy Hotel
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... the expression on everyone's face how will we manage without a knife & fork. I remembered as a child being told to always use a knife and fork and he I was years later eating with my fingers.Well we all managed very well, I couldn't eat up everything, not that I didn't like any of the dishes I was just not so hungry after the Dhal Roti & Samosas.
I've marked on the photo the names of the dishes, not sure about the spelling though).
The interior ...
... check out some of the little beaches. We then decided to go
to the little restaurant attached to our hotel for dinner. We had a nice seafood
meal including fish spring rolls and creole flavoured fish which surprised us
with their flavour. The meal was probably the most expensive we have had since
leaving home although it was still only $60 including wine.
... of healing. Hindi and the statues of the bright colored gods have never appealed to me. But they contrasted against the fog in a brilliant way. Each religion has its own smell. Hindi is incense. I could smell it as soon as I got out of the car.
We drove along until we reached a lookout point for waterfalls. He told me I had to go along a path and I would see it. Down the path I went. It began to drizzle more and I was in flip flops. It was hard enough to keep those on. I am in ...
... to celebrate we were treated by my uncle Louis, Kareen and Alicia
to a delicious breakfast buffet at the Tamarina resort. My uncle Gilbert was born on the same day a year after my dad and so we went to have a dual celebration lunch at his home with a few other family members which carried on late into the afternoon.
After our usual morning walk at the gorge to burn off some of the previous day's feast, we went by Tamarin Bay and discovered to ...
... special recipe, with all the ingredients put together into a delicious, beautiful preparation, in which one could get the mild aroma of every ingredient, but not enough to differentiate. One particular night is imprinted in my mind, where six of us were sitting at the table after dinner. There was a girl from China, a girl from Hungary, a boy from The Netherlands, the French girl, a girl from Austria and myself from India. I don't know how it started, but we ...