Travel Blogs from Mont Choisy
... 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 ...
... an expertise and promote the image of the Maurice island .
"The road of tea" offers you a trip in 3 steps where you : Discover the history of the island and its people, traditions and the flavours of the local terroir. Visit colonial houses period and their gardens, discover the distillation processes of rum and essential oils, the know-how of the cultivation of tea and other local sights.
... Royal Road. The food was delicious and the place new, clean and nicely decorated. We had 'teokon farcis, sew kiaos, and mine touni avec boeuf'. Yum! I was so full that I could not finish my noodles! On our way to the cafe, we bought 'gateau les doigts', the best ones in town and we used to eat those when we were kids. Back to the shop, there were more food to eat! I have to try and save on calories where I can! I ...
... in the process of building one.
The flight to Antananarivo, Madagascar was three hours long. I watched 90 minutes worth of courses on my iPad. I occasionally buy a lecture series from the Learning Company, and bought a video serious recently on the history of Asia Minor, the area covered by modern Turkey. I’ve been working my way through it when I have down time on planes or in my hotel rooms. It’s been quite interesting and given some useful ...
... and there weren’t many people up and about yet. The resort was beautiful and it was refreshing to see that there were no signs or other attempts to restrict the beach to guests only. Matthew and I swam out to a raft, while Dianne and Caitlin frolicked in the shallower waters.The only Semester at Sea students we saw were two students that Matthew knew. They were clearly a more appealing proposition than we were and he ...