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... all at once. There is now a dedicated lane for premium flyers, a status for which I qualify because of my frequent flyer level, so I zipped through the lines, relatively speaking.
It’s obvious the pace of life is more relaxed here, people work and sometimes it seems, even think at a slower pace. The immigration agent plodded through my papers. In Mauritius, they want to make sure travelers have ongoing ticket; no illegal aliens thank you very much. ...
When I went to Mauritius, I went to three Festivals: These three festivals that I'm about to introduce to you have been made for religious purposes. They are celebrated by many other people on the island as well. The festivals mean a lot to the Mauritian people because of how religious the people are. MAHA SHIVARATREE Also known as, the Great Night Of Shiva, this is a festival where people walk from all places, to get to the ...
... massage later in the day and really enjoyed being in the surroundings of the hotel, it was nice and peaceful. We had a big day ahead of us on Saturday to rest was much needed. Saturday- Holly and Paul's wedding day :) Started the Morning with breakfast with holly & the girls then headed to her mums room to get all our stuff and take them to the wellness spa. Holly gave us all a bag with our wedding jewelry, a bridesmaid singlet, a Lovely ...
... so I was able to get online for a few minutes before embarking. The flight to Nairobi lasted a little more than an hour.
In Nairobi, I had a three hour layover. I found a comfortable chair in the Kenya Airways lounge and dozed off and on for a couple of hours. As usual in Nairobi, the boarding process was barely-organized chaos. They really need a new and larger terminal for the amount of traffic they have coming through. I was happy to see that they are ...
... or la Citadelle, built by the British in 1835. This dominates the city and from there one has the view of most of the architecture in Port Louis. Port Louis is surrounded by mountain ranges called the Port Louis Moka range. Among the most famous are the Le Pource and Pietre, both which stand about 800 metres above sea level! As we drove around observing the architecture, we came across the Champ de Mars, which is the oldest racehorse course in ...
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