Club Med La Plantation d'Albion
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Happy 4th of July from the other side of the world.
Today, I decided to go scuba diving in Mauritius. I'm just an Open Water Diver, so I could only go to this one dive that the hotel offered. I was the only one diving, so the guide stuck with me the whole way.
There was a lot to see and the water was very clear. Please check out my GoPro photos!
... for a change and we both had pasta creole style. We'd been left an invitation in our room the day before for the weekly cocktail sundown party with sega dancing. It was at 6.30 tonight so we got ready a bit earlier. Again some treats arrived, this time meringues and biscuits! We went up to the peninsula which was very dark and windy but they had set up a cocktail bar and were bringing round snacks. All was going well until the heavens ...
... etc. Max spent some hours updating the travel blog. In the evening we walked back to the restaurant and were invited by Z and Devinia to their house the next night as their restaurant would be closed.
1/8/11 Exactly 2 months today our year trip would be over! Time is scary in how it flies by! Lazy day on the beach, dinner at our usual place!
2/8/1 Max went to watch the sunrise then we both spent the day on the other beach ...
Escale Vacances is a great place to stay in Mauritius. It is a private Resort with Swimming Pool found in Flic en Flac by the Beach. It is located right in the center of Flic en Flac where many restaurants as well as the local supermarket, Spar, are found and Escale Vacances is just 5 minutes away from the Beach.
Many tourists; mainly from Europe come back every year to spend quality time with ...
... east of the island and it takes just over 1 hour by car. Bit of a distance.
At the exit, a young local lad called Jeff was waiting for us.
He was indeed very sweet boy and gave us a unique lecture about the county during the journey.
He told us things like...
The last country who occupied Mauritius was Britain so the official language here is English, however, French (colonised by French before Britain) and ...