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... mainland France for our fall festival this year so we’ll see them again soon. This made the goodbyes much easier.
There was a long line of people waiting to check in for the flight to Mauritius. It is school vacation time so many young families are heading out in various directions. The plane was a wide bodied Airbus, but still was quite full of people leaving on vacation. It left on time for the short hop to Mauritius.
... River Gorge National Park. From the
parking lot, we walked through a small winding path and thereafter
there was a gaping canyon and a waterfall. It looked so magnificent.
Then we noticed several pairs of magpies swooping in and out of the
On the way to the ship, we passed
through more dramatic cliffs and winding roads, mountains looming
over sugar cane fields and old French style manor houses along the
road. We saw ...
We had a very early start with the coach collecting us at 7.55am. We found out it was so early as we seem to be the furthest hotel to get to and we had 2 more hotel pick ups in the way to the south. As soon as we got on the coach the tour guide checked we had umbrellas as a class 1 cyclone alert was in force. No wonder its been so windy! We had a very good guide who didn't stop talking but she certainly knew her stuff. We were with 2 other couples, one ...
... that is also a popular attraction at this Island. After I had seen most of the different coloured corals and fish and the sky went from Blue to orange I went to lie next to Mum and Dad ( who now had a sun Tan) to watch the tourists leave and as the Catamaran driver called us in we packed up after another exhausting day and got on the Catamaran and It took us home. We got in our car and as we drove home I knew that I would never forget Ile Aux ...
... are they there?!’”
When we weren’t snorkeling, we were listening to reggae music and sunbathing, sipping on bottled cokes (with sugar instead of corn syrup), eating BBQ and being teased by the local guys who owned the boat. They kept serving everyone except for a few of us girls so we had to chase him, climbing up and down the boat to get a slice of orange cake or pineapple. It tastes sweeter when you work for ...