Silver Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... too warm and we were ready for a cool drink.
As we arrived at the house, we were greeted by more smiling faces and shown to a table underneath a cooling ceiling fan on the verandah. Some people in large groups sat inside but as we were a small party it felt like we were having lunch with friends.
Iced tea was served to us first and then came our starter of Palm heart & Marlin salad, next the most delicious of chicken dishes I think I have ever tasted, small chunks ...
This morning I woke early, as I will for a while until my body clock gets adjusted, I had slept well. I had the breakfast offered by the little hotel, the typical Mauritian breakfast: bread, butter and jam and a banana. I had café au lait rather than the tea most Mauritians would drink. The sunrise was beautiful again and the sky was a bright blue.
I worked in my room until 9:30 when I took the car and drove back around the airport toward the Prodigues' ...
... good, aunts jos came a little bit later. We got out of the airport and had to find a guy that would direct us to our 'bus'. He was sitting in the corner being lazy haha! We had to wait a bit for the rest of the people to come to the bus, but while we were waiting we talked to an old man. Wow he has done some traveling in Australia and New Zealand. We were finally on the road! Some buildings are old and look like they have been abandoned. Some are ...
... the day they had Soccer, and Dodgeball and Vollyball for everyone to participate in, and for dinner they threw a huge BBQ on the 7th deck with Ribs and Chicken. During the night they had karaoke, which I sang “Bad Touch” by bloodhound gang in front of too much of an audience. But it was a fantastic day non-the-less, and it worked even better that they gave us this amazing day of fun in addition to 4 hours in port.
I’m going to say right now ...
... Fortunately we had bought 2 litre of Tip Top Vanilla icecream from the supermarket (which also had Kiwifruit!)
Dad had invited his best friend and family, and we were interrogated about dancing. We were about to be introduced to Sega - the traditional Mauriitan dance. A tiny lounge was cleared back and the music turned up, and they were into it. And then us - to be laughed at many times. Finally about midnight they faded.
The evening ...