Veranda Grand Baie Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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innovation to be able to be better off. Many types of products are nowadays available. For instance, people may rent IRS luxury villas Mauritius. Some promoters have launched new concept, like it is the case for the Azuri Village where IRS properties are have been designed for both local and expatriates.
The promoters, IOREC, have created a mixed community of IRS owners, a rather new concept ...
... located across the street. I was the only diver. Anil, a man of about 40 of clear Indian descent, with a diamond stud in his left ear was my instructor.
We had to do a refresher course. I put on my vest, fins, and mask. Then I flipped backwards off the boat. That first jump was nerve-racking. For as much as I love diving for as little as I have done it, I am always apprehensive until I am down below. But as soon as I put in my regulator and started descending, ...
... you know you roasted a baby gecko :(
- The electricity was not working on a day in November. Nothing worked, the internet, the fridge, charging my laptop etc. and with this temperature it is not nice.
- The bus driver was sang along with the back street boys in the bus. Haha
- The use hand signals from stop if you need to wait till you can go into the bus and waving with hands if you can come.
- I threw my keys in the bin in stand of my gum.
- They ...
... were Finns.
Later, I noticed on the flight map that we made a slight dogleg around Benghazi over which a straight line would have taken us; I suppose the pilots were taking no chances with stray surface to air missiles or anti-aircraft fire. Good for them!
We arrived in Mauritius half an hour early; at 06:30. I was toward the front of the plane so I was able to move quickly to a short immigration line and was through formalities ...
... photographs, travellers collect memories”.
And to be crystal clear: our commencing two weeks in Mauritius is 100% “holiday”!
Our seven days of brain-porridging between the beaches of Pereybere, Ponte d’ Azur, Bain Boeuf, and Trou Aux Biches were marked by:
- Grocery shopping visits to Store 2000, unchanged from 1993 when Richard holidayed ...