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Situé à quelques kilomètres de Grand Bassin, Bois Chéri est une usine de
thé et un musée. Des guides nous montrent et
expliquent les différents stades de production : de la cueillette
jusqu'à l'emballage, en passant par le flétrissage, la fermentation, le
séchage et le tamisage.
Un musée du thé vient compléter la visite et mettre ...
... He explained that way back when, the Dutch settled here leaving when the Sugar Cane was depleted. Next came the French. The English battled with them and won. In 1968, Mauritius became independent.
I was then quite confused.
I get the Dutch. But the sequence of events seemed off. They drive on the wrong side of the street and the signs are in English. The diver explained that when people do their Driver’s test, it must be in English or the instructor ...
... action film. We convened with 7 other friends who'd all watched different movies for dinner at Nandos and movie reviews from all parties - what an action packed day Laura style!
The next day was spent relaxing at Tamarin then after the waves became too tempting, a little hour long surf at the bay. It was pretty chill and I managed to catch a couple waves - slowly but surely getting there!
As the days grew closer and closer to my final weekend on ...
... back the best experience of my life so far, countless memories, the exposure that not many people get, especially at my age, and a family. The Awesome Sixteen, my team, my family, will always have a special place in my heart. This internship made me a better person. I thank AIESEC for it.
PS - I may have not mentioned a lot about Mauritius itself. Anyone can tell you that. This trip was different for me and that's why I'm blogging about it. I ...
... itself seemed to have been caused by previous volcanic eruptions. The mountains had some very odd formations with jagged peaks and weird sharp edges. There were fields of sugar cane and some vegetable crops on either side of the road and we were never too far from the blue Indian ocean.
The bird park is about 10 miles from Port Louis but the morning rush hour traffic was very heavy so it took about an hour to get there. ...