Silver Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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After a 4am wake up we head to catch our flight only to find that it has been delayed by nearly 2 hours. Normally I would be in a rage like state but, 1. We were hung over and embraced the opportunity to get some extra sleep. 2. Did I mention the extra sleep? After finally getting on the plane ...
... we know from Washington who is on vacation here as well! I feel tired but I do not really want to sleep.... Just spoke to hubby and Bradley. It is really wonderful to feel connected with home through Skype. I do miss them a lot and my home too but I also want to appreciate and make the most of my time with Dad! Nat's hubby Daniel arrived this morning. By the time he came to the shop to surprise dad, it was around ...
... quit sick that day and I was not into an argument. But on the end Lara saw that she was wrong ;) On Wednesday after work I went to Grand Baie and had some nice cocktails with Tosca. On Thursday we went out for dinner because Jochem, my housemate, was his birthday. Friday it was finally the last day at work. Lara and I had the plan to do both morning and we wanted to have a massage and some drinks. But my company is really childish and it was not ...
... with over 90 avaries and over 1,500 birds! We went here after we dropped our bags off. It lies in the western Part of Mauritius near the Black River Gorges which isn't far from our hotel and is spread over an area of around 20 acres which is plenty of space to play. I can't believe how big it is! The Casela Bird Park first opened its doors in 1979 and is most famous for the rare Pink Pigeon but there is ...
... Semester at Sea would be like. Getting lost, seeing so much poverty and suffering, eating strangely wonderful foods, and constantly stretching my comfort zone. Never had I ever expected anything like this. Before I could let any thoughts of guilt set in, I dunked my head underwater to wash it away. As I learned before in Ghana, “Don’t sulk in your privilege. Appreciate it to its fullest capacity.” And after the ...