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Travel Blogs from Trou d'eau Douce
... that there were many Chinese artifacts and it really shows that there has been an ongoing relationship between China and Mauritius since centuries ago. It is also a little bit ironic because there was a room just to show off the Chinese artifacts that this family acquired when they lived there because things in China used to be so expensive... Now it obviously still is, duh.
So that was kind of it. It was worth going!
... yellow bells, and marigolds, lay amongst what looked like large lime
A lady in bright purple sari picked up
several pieces of the lime leafs, the flowers, and a half-opened
coconut, and then arranged them neatly on a tray. She then proceeded
to enter what looked like an altar heavily decorated with long
strands of marigolds and yellow bells. I followed her with my camera
in tow. Another holy priest started his blessings ...
Today we had a few errands to do in the city and dad also opened his shop. So it turned out that we spent the whole day in Port Louis. We had a taste of how the offices work here! A bit inefficient and still backwards in a lot of ways, especially government offices. It's strange to see the old ...
... lions rawwwr raawwwr. No. Shut up. We got back from our short drive and we waited for a while until it was time to get ready for our walk. We had to sign an agreement form on safety and stuff. Then our guide Lucic took us into the closure. Of course I had to be at the front cause I was 15 ;) the youngest. I got to hold the lions tail but he was to strong and I ended p losing grip, I'm not going to pretend I ...
... the forest there and we were told by our guide that it was the rarest forest in the world.
The purpose of the Mational Park is to protect wildlife and scenery naturally foud on Mauritius. You can expect to see (which we did) the peculiar umbrella shaped bois de Natte trees which are often covered with orchids, ferns and lichens. Although few people actually see them, the Pink Pigeon and the mauritian Kestrel are slowely rebuilding their population. Vocanoes ...