Veranda Grand Baie Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Grand Baie
... all my stuff ... except the clear plastic ziplock bag with my actual medication in it and asked me the same questions that the first guard asked. I told them I already answered those questions with the other officer and pointed at him. I knew I was being feisty but I didn't care. Whatever this "check" seemed to be was a joke and I was annoyed for being singled out. They even took out my perfectly packed trekking poles and started adjusting the height and playing with them and ...
... dinner wasn’t for another hour, but I could have a drink. I missed the sunset again. Mojito ordered and I sat back with my Kindle.
He was about 30 and small talked with me. Asked the usual questions and explained that he worked on a cruise ship. He met many Americans but few knew where Mauritius even was. It’s tragic we are so bad at geography.
A few minutes later he came back with another man. He explained that he talked to the Chef and because ...
... for the one who telephoned me--what was it?--four times, to check up on me during this journey. Nobody ever did that before.
I am thankful for Thanksgiving.
Did I mention that I am thankful for Cianan and Megan? Oh, yes; I mentioned them first. I shall now mention them last because they are, first and last, my most cherished support and source of great joy.
Oh: I am thankful that my flight to Paris leaves in three hours and that I have a business class seat.
... equity investment companies.
On Wedensday I went to fetch Robbie's car and took it straight to explore the east coast of the Island – I had (a very expensive yet very unimpressive) lunch at Touse Rouk and went to check out green fees at Belle Mare plage. I even managed to fit in an awesome swime in bella mare and bought some seafood from some of the local vendors on the way home for dinner. Wednesday night I got a lift through ...
... spending their vacations. We drove past pointe au Sel, where sea salt used to be harvested from evaporation pools. We stopped at a place le Gouffre (the Abyss), an impressive lava formation. Lava had flowed down and into the ocean here, but a long narrow cleft was somehow left open to the sea. So large rollers smash into the gorge-like narrows 10 meters (30 feet) or more high, swirling and bashing off the walls and they careen inm around, and back out only to crash ...