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... days in Mon Choisy swimming in the pool and the Indian Ocean, reading, playing scrabble and canasta. We have self catered; surviving merely on locally cured ham, French bread, lettuce, mangoes, bananas, oranges and rum. It has been tough but we have learned discipline if nothing else. We have girded our loins for the debarquement to Flic en Flac (Which translates as somersaults). We chose to go there because of its name. Was that wise... We'll see.
... first two days of the conference. I won't bore you with the details, but the sessions were long and the room overly warm. The content was interesting (if you are interested in drug testing, which as an Essendon follower I am). I've only been out of the labs for 6 years, but the advances are amazing, It's a pity they haven't learnt to avoid tables with lots of data in small pitch. I finished the day at the spa for a massage to get rid of the tight neck and sore legs from ...
We landed this morning back in Mauritius at 7am to find that the weather wasn't that good again. Apparently it has been perfect beach weather while we were in France. We were pretty fatigued so had a quick nap and woke up just in time for lunch. Despite the weather we went for a drive and it stopped raining long enough to go for a quick swim. ...
... to the beach house for a shower. Had a nice chat with dad about stuff and then went out again to the new shopping mall in Grand Baie called La Croisette! Really nice but we didn't get to spend too much time there as it was getting late and we had to come back to cook some fried noodles for dinner. However, we did shop at Food Lovers Market - an upscale supermarket, bought some fresh made roti with curry which ...
By this time it was 4:00 pm. It was time to leave to get back to Kigali by dark. Those, like the Mundelis, who were going on to Kayenzi, would not arrive before 7:00 and probably much later since they would have to go slowly in the dark.
On the way back Patrick asked if I would try to bring him some books in English so he could improve his skills. He is a journalist who works in English, French and Kinyarwanda, but English is taking a preeminent ...
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