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... before we were too tired and returned back to our hotel to enjoy the beach there.
By the way the roads are incredible! If the road doesn't have any bends, it goes up and down like a rollercoaster. And in some places it's really narrow and one metre later much wider. Not to forget signposts are pretty rare. Some roads you wonder why they are "main ...
... a steep hill to a citadel which gave us panoramic views of the city and the beautiful blues and greens of the Indian Ocean.
Our next stop was the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Constructed in 1770 by Pierre Poivre, it is the oldest in the southern hemisphere. While the garden is most famous for its giant water lilies, the garden features spices, ebonies, sugar canes, and over 85 varieties of palms from Central America, Asia, Africa, and ...
... electric range burner, with mismatched silverware and plates.
Marjolaine didn’t feel up to going out for dinner, so we decided to rest and snack. I walked out a few hundred meters toward the town center to a local shop where I could buy some Kraft cheddar, a couple of small baguette bread loafs, and a tube of chips: dinner !
The last few days have been very busy with travel and improvisation, so we’ll appreciate a good sleep ...
... But, there are 3 pools , which I didn't use, as the weather was cool enough for me. On another day some of us went to Tamarine and Mark, Wally and Debbie all went snorkelling with wild dolphins, which they said was amazing. Unfortunately the conditions weren't good for surfing, so Mark, Wally, and JJ didn't get a surf. It was very windy most of the time, with big surf. So,the racers were happy for the challenge of paddling their skis in these conditions. Gary and Trevor both ...
... to go. Top of our list was Australia Zoo.
Australia Zoo, or Steve Irwin Land as it would be more aptly named, was an entertaining day out, call me a big child if you like. It is really a memorial to the former Crocodile Hunter, with reminders of the great, slightly eccentric, superstar at every turn. It is safe to say that his memory and his legacy will be long lived as his eccentricities have been safely passed on to the zoo's staff. Health insurance for these people ...