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... they were for. They're a pain to readjust them back to normal so I let them know it. When they were done fulfilling their boredom, I replaced all my stuff and thanked them for their gracious welcome to Mauritius. I was very lucky that the hotel manager, Rajen, already had to go to the airport to drop off his uncle from England who was the owner of the guest house so he picked me up thereby saving me the hassle and cost of an hour journey. I had a very hard time finding lodging ...
... alone they would make me a special dinner early. I wanted to say, “Thanks boys for making me stand out even more”. Instead I smiled, thanked them, and ordered directly to the Chef (can you guess?); shrimp curry and of course another mojito.
The food was better than the last place, but still not as good as I thought it should be. After the waiter pleaded with me to come again, I walked home alone, tucked myself into bed, and went to sleep.
... will serve in sermons and articles.
I looked out the window as we descended into Antananarivo. "Tana" as it is locally called (try pronouncing the long version a few times and it's easy to see why they shortened it!) is a beautiful city, surrounded by rice paddies and lakes and marshes. It's always fascinating to see from the air.
On arrival, I waited in the usual place for transit passengers. An official asked me to wait until we could see if ...
... Sega which is a typical folkloric dance of Mauritius. They used lots of instruments like percussion, tambourine, drums and a few more. Mauritius people wear mostly cotten because of the tropical climate but in this dance they wore beautiful, colourful dresses that helped them move really fast. Then when it was over we went back to our suite and went to bed. Good night Travel Pod. ...
... was out of this world.
After about our zillionth course, we were ready to retire. After a quick blog post of South Africa, I passed out on a soft roomy bed, watching the waves go in and out directly outside of my sliding glass door.
10/15/10 – Day 2
We had to wake up early (6am) to have time to eat breakfast and catch our taxi back to the ship, where we will be meeting for our SAS Catamaran snorkeling day ...