Kuxville Beach Cottages
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Travel Blogs from Cap Malheureux
... and back over to where the waves were breaking on the reef...Chris had this to do on his buckey list, I was very apprehensive but on reflection we both thoroughly enjoyed it particularly the spectaular views of turquoise sea, lush green country side, mountains in the distance and white beaches. Just a note to the aprehensive folk out there...knowing Chris has a thing ...
... 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 ...
... was nice but not that much fun. This sunday we were not hangover and we went to casela park (Lars, Ad, Deborah, Lara)we did a safari tour and it was nice but I like nature and animals more when it is not built by people to see it. But in really nature.. But we saw zebras, turtols, ostriches! I am glad we did not did the lion walk because than you only supporting to do it..On the way back we droved by Flic en Flac and there was a nice Mauritius party going on and we ...
... what I wanted to make of these six weeks.
People have their own reasons to travel. Some travel for a break from their lives and schedules, others to explore new places, some for food, some for just the thrill of being in a place away from their comfort zone, into the unknown. The part of travelling that I love the most is the cultural difference. We all live in the same world, with the same technology and resources, same problems, etc. And yet, we ...
... promised his family would give us a real Mauritian welcome. Fabrice good English, Dad good and Mum rather shy with a little English, and brother good. But they speak Creole so we had no idea what was being said at times.
VERY simple home with few extras except a very flash TV. Shower didn't work, Mun boiled water for us in the kitchen for us to wash in bathroom. We were meant to sleep up at Grandma's place but somehow Mum and Dad moved out ...