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... were serenaded by a 4 piece Indian band with
taking the lead guitar role. We were eventually welcomed into
the dinning hall and a 3-course dinner with obligatory speeches. The
highlight was a 30 minute collage of still photos and video montage
which explained the presence of 3 photographers and 2 video recorders
hovering around all seminars, tea breaks and evenings with flashes, and
LED illuminations of everything going on.
... It has really brought us closer and there has been lots of joy and good laughing, and good interactive discussions on Bible topics and our calling.
We went to Les Mares – a lake providing clear water for many homes on the island – and then had a picnic lunch before entering Black River Gorges Mauritius’ sole national park – a spectacularly wild 13,000 acres expanse of thick forest covering 3.5% of the island’s surface ...
... lunch, and was picked-up around 1:30 PM by Jocelyn and his sweet wife Saloni who was born and grew up in India and emigrated in Mauritius where she met the handsome ex body builder Jocelyn who still looks in a great shape for his age – which I will not reveal to you not to make anybody feel uncomfortable.
After a 20 minute drive, we arrived at a private residence property overlooking the ocean at a distance. It is in ...
... Guilmette invited my dad and I to join her and her sister in their box at the races, we couldn't say no! I used to go to the races loads with my dad as a kid and I must say it was a little weird being there and being able to place my own bets! Hahahaha! Unfortunately I didn't win the pick six but did have some luck correctly choosing the winners of the first and last race. A great beginning and end to a fantastic day :)
Lazy Sunday was spent relaxing over ...
... for 4 nights in toto - a very pleasant little village, where we with shrines to the Virgin, close to the excellent Beach at Blue Bay and with a restaurant - Les Vacanciers - where we ate every night.
Most memorable was Les Vacanciers at Mahebourg. A short walk from Le Saladier. Chinese-featured man in charge. Doddery old simpleton on duty. Girl served us. We sat in same place every time - inside facing the bar ...