Villas mon Plaisir
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... all good! We went snorkeling and danced and drank and ate a lot! and that was about it! The island was beautiful and the water was so blue and sooo clear! You could see right to the bottom while we were driving in the catamaran! It was a bummer we only had a day to spend in Mauritius because I would have loved to explore and hike around the island! Just another reason why I will have to go back there someday :) hehe!
... of healing. Hindi and the statues of the bright colored gods have never appealed to me. But they contrasted against the fog in a brilliant way. Each religion has its own smell. Hindi is incense. I could smell it as soon as I got out of the car.
We drove along until we reached a lookout point for waterfalls. He told me I had to go along a path and I would see it. Down the path I went. It began to drizzle more and I was in flip flops. It was hard enough to keep those on. I am in ...
... and waited until about 9:00 when I was able to get into my room, and shower and change, which was wonderful after the long trip.
I drove back south to the Prodigues’ house where I arrived a little after 10:00. We sang hymns and I gave Bible Study on the topic of sloth, paresse in French. The ladies had prepared a Mauritian meal which we shared after our service. A Mauritian meal is often a combination of dishes reflecting the varied origins of the ...
... these 20 feet swells. We had gotten used to the hour announcements to “keep doors closed, keep your hands free, hold on to railings, wear shoes”. They shut down the elevators and the observation deck. Walking up the stairs was the strangest thing: Sometimes the swell of the ship would lift you up the stairs and defy gravity. Other times it would feel like you weighed 300 lbs. There was one night in particular where the waves were especially aggressive. I was in the spa ...