Tamarina Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I was told that it was over the bridge. I continued. It was 2 lanes with a small pedestrian walkway. After the bride I continued walking…on the street…since there was no shoulder. I held my breath each time a car came speeding by. A few people honked.
Eventually, the road sported guardrails. I walked there, with each step hoping that I didn’t slip and fall or cut myself on the metal. I arrived at the shopping center in one piece, got money, and ...
... As soon as we started the incline, it began to get cloudy. Then it started to rain. Hard.
Our first stop was at a model ship building center. I jumped out of the car and entered the shop. Men and women were at different stations. I was greeted and showed around by a woman named Jessica. By hand, they build model ships and boats. Each laborer specializes in a small part of the ship. One man puts on each and every mini-detailed piece. They are beautiful. I desperately ...
... arranged for pick-up and the tour.
I went to the beach for the sunset. As I walked the white sand, I felt something begin to shift in me. The sun went down, I could feel the negative surge of emotions that has been going through my mind since I left Afghanistan be taken from me. When the bright orange glow was no more, I was peaceful.
With a much clearer mindset, I went to the beautiful hotel on the beach. As I was walking, a dog ran to me ...
So with no catamaran trip today we're going for full on chill out! Set ourselves up on the beach near the pool so we could easily have a dip. Was a bit rainy in the morning but it soon cleared up and was a really hot and sunny day. Had lunch at the bikini bar, probably for the last time. Glyn had the burger and I had the Chinese style chicken dish. After lunch we had a wander round the gardens to take some photos and to collect flowers that I could press. ...
... Mary and mosques. Last Thursday, Diwali was celebrated big time with banks and shops all shut. Newspapers are in French. Films are dubbed in French. The official language is English, but everyone speaks creole. Although part of the OAU (Organisation of African Unity), Mauritius is definitely not Africa! Buses here are a throwback to England circa 1960.
The beaches are gorgeous - white sand beside ...