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Travel Blogs from Cap Malheureux
Well it's time to write about my one day tour of Southern Mauritius Island.
First, we left the hotel and rode about 20 minutes to the local salt factory near the Tamarin Mountain. They produce all natural salt for the population. They have these layers of cool "baths" made of rocks and they use the gravity to get the sea water down each layer. And I can't really explain the process, but somehow by the last layer, the ...
... was an excuse to get a cocktail in the bar. Went back to the room at 2 to get packed and for the first time we had locked our key in the room! So had to do the walk if shame back to reception and it left us with even less time to get ready! Our luggage was collected, we said good bye to the room and settled ourselves in the bar for lunch. Jo and Nick turned up so that made the last hour go pretty quickly. Our car turned up at 6 and off ...
Decided to spend the day at a love nest, and this time it was much less windy! It's perfect for Glyn to get cover under the hut and for me to bake on the terrace. It's a gorgeous sunny day and the cyclone is now old news! Before lunch we went to reception to see if we could get late checkout for our room tomorrow and she said we have the room booked that night so we must be leaving ...
... Grand Baie is a little more developed and trendy with night clubs slotted in effortlessly between swanky scuba diving centres and restaurants. We went to the Grand Baie Yatch Club for a revitalising swim in the sea and after relaxing and drying off a little in the warm winter sun, we were treated to a wonderful lunch chatting the afternoon away till dusk before heading back home to the other side of the island.
It was my dad's birthday on the 15th of ...
... were like hallways, sort of. And we compete in a variety of competitions all leading up to the “Sea Olympics”. This is a giant day filled with a variety of activities with the winning sea being the first people to be let off the ship when we disembark in San Diego. The Sea Olympics were scheduled to take place during our Mauritius-India stretch, but since we lost a day of class we needed to move the sea Olympics to the first day back from India. Since my sea (the Aegean ...
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