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... occasionally used as a hideaway by pirates and Arab merchants until the French began to take control starting in 1756 when a Stone of Possession was laid. Before the French settled these islands they were uninhabited.
The British contested control over the islands between 1794 and 1810. Jean Baptiste Quéau de Quincy, French administrator of Seychelles during the years of war with the United Kingdom, declined to resist when armed enemy warships ...
... was adequate and plentiful so we could split a meal for around 20 Shillings ($18) and we could relax on our own veranda. One night we went to the Beach Restaurant in a nearby hotel which had a very romantic setting right on the beach. Another evening we tried the Pizza and Creole restaurant. There are many local spices harvested to season the food and they
make lots of curry on the islands.
... are so unafraid a diver can pet them. Sting rays are huge.
As our five days of diving progressed more divers showed up. It became obvious everyone mixed up their dive days with beach days and or island hopping. Every day we had different divers. Most were from Germany. Others were from UK, Reunion Islands, France and China. The only American we met while in the Seychelles was a guy who taught the fifth grade in Saudi Arabia. His name was Todd and he ...
... lobster hunters to way overextend themselves and every year there are some divers that die in the Florida Keys while hunting lobsters because they just run out of air. And finally a good dive guide keeps the group together and knows when to start ascending if someone is low on air and also can give up their weights which they usually carry if one of the divers is low on weight and having trouble staying at depth.
Because of ...
Lost in Paradise - kind of
Drove out of the villa last night about 6 p.m. to go get dinner at one of the close restaurants. Were a bit worried when we walked in and were the only guests but she assured us the place would fill up later. Didn’t fill up before we left but maybe had another ½ dozen patrons. Food was Creole and we were listening to a Jamaican - wannabe disc jockey play disco beats - in Creole - on a huge boom box sitting by ...