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Travel Blogs from Trou aux Biches
... not sail. Waking up early for sunrise the weather seemed to be holding up. The skies were really cloudy but the island was small so we imagined it would just pass by. Probably one of the most beautiful ports we have pulled in to by far. You could see the entire island it was so small but so gorgeous! No tall buildings or anything...which was a change! We all took pictures in from the ship of us with the beautiful island in the background. ...
Roles of Men and Women: In Mauritius the high employment rates have lead to women getting jobs, and becoming managers. The minister of women,family welfare and child development, has stated that a quarter of all managers are now female in Mauritius. The numbers show that between the years of 1985 and 1991, working women has increased by 19%. With the numbers still increasing, child care and housekeepers has become more ...
... there. We walked around a little bit and the wind had picked up. It is actually quite cold during the evening! There is anything you can think of in Mauritius, no doubt about that. Some things are even nicer than in Australia or the US. A lot of french products, baked goods, fresh bread and lots of local food as well. After dinner, we had a really nice talk with dad about things and not too long ago, they all ...
... that is like 60 cent!!! why dont we have that in Holland?
- On the beach at Point d'Esny a man sold crabs that were still alive.
- The current in Point d'Esny just took me away. So I started on the right side with snorkeling and didn't have to swim to see everything.
- I found somebody to sell me bike to!
- Yannick our 'new' housemate asked for my room, whem I am left, to Daniel.
- Times flies
- I had an alive starfish in my hand
... wares and bargained for better deals. Lines formed before food stalls selling fried foods and sweets. It’s crowded with people, unusual sites and permeating smells.
I spent much of the day working in my room, but took time to walk through the congested market as well. The mix of races is very striking in Mauritius. The island was uninhabited when the first Europeans discovered it. So the population is made up of fairly ...
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