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... had a steam room in, so in we went! We only managed 15 minutes as I thought I had sweated enough! We then went to the pool area which was equally pretty with lots of exotic birds and butterflies. We were called into our massage and again the setting was amazing. We both had a head, neck and face massage. Despite being hotties that she had touched my face it was still relaxing. But we both rushed back to the room to wash the oil off! We had a snack lunch at cosy bar and ...
... animals. Never forget Hwange NP where we had hundreds of Elephants scrambling for a water hole, or Chobe NP with heaps on Hippos, Lions, Leopard, Elephants and Buffalo amongst others. Weather wise, I hardly saw a cloud before Zanzibar with the exception of Cape Town where it poured. While we have been in the tropics, we have been on a plateau so we mostly had nice days and cool nights. We did have a bit of rain on the last leg with the short rain season coming early. The only ...
... the strong winds we had that day, it was awesome to watch. The waves were really high and we got so close that we could feel the spray coming up 50 meter high cliffs.
Near there, were Rochester Falls (a strange name on an island where everything else was French) and so we had to check them out. The falls were really great but the road to the falls was half the adventure. The way was mostly dirt roads that wove through fields of sugar cane. ...
... yellow weavers in the trees everywhere along with their nests ; the ridiculously orange Madagascar and Mauritius fodies (new word for me), which, according to Barry Whittemore, are weavers; the beautiful little barred ground doves on the beaches; and, most beautiful of all, the red-whiskered bulbuls - they were common, one of the prettiest common birds I've ever seen, reminded me of waxwings and came down to the breakfast tables at the Hotel Emeraude at Belle Mare. ...
... worry too much or get very upset at least for a minute or two. They’re would be shootings in some parts of the US if people did that.
Still, it has taken so long to finalize lodging arrangements for the festival this year that Mauritius may not have any international visitors other than one elder and his family who we’ve asked to attend here. The local people very much appreciate visitors in Mauritius, and the island is a little paradise, so if ...