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... Asian markets always include bras and bowls of eels which usually wriggle out onto the pavement. Sadly we only found the bras and no eels so this must be Africa! The only distinction is often to be found in the street food. Here the crepes are very savoury having had chilli and many coloured but unrecognisable gunk slopped into them. Bon appetit.
As we've traveled around the world we are often struck by the printing on tee shirts. In non anglophone countries English ...
... 8211; it sounds nicer in French…) gorge. The river tumbles through lush forest on its way to the ocean. I thought it would make a wonderful picnic site, but Jocelyn responded that Mauritians rarely picnic anywhere but on the beach by the ocean.
Back at their home we wrapped up our talk over a cup of coffee and I took my leave. If all goes as planned I should be back to visit them in late July, hopefully with my wife this time.
Day 5 we had an early start for golf at Ilse aux curfs a little Island on which the golf course is situated. We played the back 9 to start and Chris was 10 over par but managed to come back on the front 9 with 5 over par. All in all it was a good game but the greens are the size of postage stamps...the views from some of the holes where fantastic...and the course is truly beautiful. You access ...the Island by ...
... hours or less. Amazingly enough it wasn't hard to find a taxi driver who was willing to drive us to one of the island’s beautiful beaches. The way he drove he should have paid us. Somehow we survived numerous hairraising encounters. The taxi driver took us to Trou Aux Biches beach, a small public beach right next to a long beach associated with the Trou Aux Biches Beachcomber Resort. We walked all along both the beaches. It was ...
... were taking a taxi to the beach we had just walked from town to the port so I was in a no nonsense mood and talked the guy down to half his original price. After three countries I’m starting to get pretty good at bargaining. He dropped us off at a small, local, public beach in the Grand Bay area, and normally we would have insisted on going to the larger beach, but this one was just so nice and secluded, and there were no SAS kids. We had ...