Mont Choisy Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mont Choisy
... yellow bells, and marigolds, lay amongst what looked like large lime
A lady in bright purple sari picked up
several pieces of the lime leafs, the flowers, and a half-opened
coconut, and then arranged them neatly on a tray. She then proceeded
to enter what looked like an altar heavily decorated with long
strands of marigolds and yellow bells. I followed her with my camera
in tow. Another holy priest started his blessings ...
... br> I would like just to set the record straight at the time:
After an opinion on the integrity of the chef of the restaurant, I'm in the obligation to leave my resentment on working conditions in this factory... No, I'm not a trade unionist, only human...Staff worked long hours in a noise deafening... without a helmet anti-noise or cap for its poorears... Needless to protest, it is the gate illico... the time of slaves is yet far away..!
One more errand in Port Louis that luckily did not take us all day! I spent most of the day helping dad in the shop and that reminded me of the old days! When we were kids, we used to help dad and grandpa in the shop - called 'la boutique chinois' at Eau Coulee. Then dad opened a shop in Curepipe, selling all kinds of stuff, from kitchenware to cosmetic products to jewelry. Everyday, we had to help after school ...
... discouragement or weakness stop coming to services. The Bible explains different courses of action in each case.
There were two pieces of special music and then I gave the sermon, on the same subject I had covered in other areas.
As soon as the service was over, the children were allowed to leave and play outside, but the adults reconvened almost immediately for a Q&A Bible Study. Some of the questions were:
- In Leviticus 23:15-17 the ...
... early. Then after the tickets were booked, I was informed that the scheduled had changed and my arrival time became a tighter fit, but still workable. But unscheduled delays accumulated in Tana, as the capital is called locally. Time dragged on to the point where the departure was delayed by 2 hours. I wouldn’t be on time in Mauritius. I had left instructions that if I were not there by a certain time, those assembled should start without me. I tried ...