Travel Blogs from Trou d'eau Douce
... slaves on the plantations.
We also talked of many other things, for example their jobs at a clothing company making high-end business suits. Saloni works in the accounting department and Jocelyn in safety and security. Part of his job, he said is to see that things are arranged so that no employees are tempted to steal from the company. There is a riming French proverb that says it’s better to prevent rather than to heal, which is what he tries to do.
... amazing to hear all of the noises that they make underwater and to watch them swim vertically to the surface for air.
After swimming with the dolphins for 2 hours we were pretty tired and the boat then took us all to a nearby island for some Mauritius style BBQ and a little more snorkeling. It was a great way to end our short but event filled stay at the beautiful island of Mauritius.
... was a probability that there was indeed some hidden. If I was a pirate, I definitely would have found a cave in that forest.
I had lunch at a tourist café that wasn’t good and was way too expensive.
Then we just cruised the coastal road back home.
When I arrived back at the River House, it was again sunny. I didn’t feel like going for the sun set so I just settled in for the night, content to sip my drink and watch the light change over the river.
... terminology - beginner here - but I tell you, the surf was fantastic on Dal on Sunday! A few biggies did mess with my skills but mostly the ends of the waves were perfect for me to have a go on :)
After the surf at one eye, we went with Lauras brothers to another spot accessible by boat where I ended up just chilling on the boat instead of having a go due to wave size and a bit of a current. I was more than happy to spend my time watching the others, taking ...