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I flew into Mauritius at night so unfortunately I couldn't see how beautiful the island was from the sky. My first experience in Mauritius happened at the airport. It was small and ************e was there. As I was just about to exit the building, a Mauritian gentleman with a sly smile who appeared to be flirting or trying to make small talk stopped me and asked me where I was from and what country I came from. I told him I wasn't interested. He then pulled out a badge so I asked him ...
After a few hours, repeat as before, I showered, put on a dress and decided where to go for dinner.
I had asked Anil what the best restaurant in town was. He shrugged and told me he had heard Captain’s was good but expensive. I went the way he told me. It took me while and I reached it about sunset. However, the sullen man at a table informed me the place was closed until 6:30. Originally, I had planned to hang about. But I realized that a ...
... which I have now traveled. I am thankful for The World's Greatest Travel Agent, Kathy Sudeikis, who flawlessly put this odyssey together and who will now, I hope, find a way to get me via Iceland to (maybe on a cruise) Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, (and from there then maybe overland via train) to Estonia, Latvia and Poland and then flying home (maybe connecting via Portugal) in, say, June, 2011. Are you reading this WGTA?
I am thankful for elephants.
I am writing this summary of the last week from the Standard Bank office, its actually been a crazy day for me – lots to organise for the next leg of my trip and I also need to finalise my Mauritian report while everything is still fresh in my mind. The last week has gone amazingly fast – which I guess is going to be the theme for the next few months so I better get used to it.
Monday and Tuesday was spent in the ...
... runs off. During cyclones (Indian Ocean hurricanes) huge amounts of water rush off the giant mountainsides, making for incredible torrents of water that can carry away bridges, and carry rocks off the steep sides of the island. Thus the importance of the nets…. Certain roads are routinely closed as a precaution during times of heave rain.
After a few kilometers of steep rocky shoreline with no beach, we reached the pointe des Aigrettes where the ...