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For dinner last night I located an Indian restaurant, named Namaste Kathmandu, which was well reviewed, and not far off. I had chicken tikka masala, and a local beer called Phoenix, (which I always hope won't burn to ash and be reborn in my stomach….).
I slept well but woke up early, and so enjoyed a restful morning. Friday, a strong wind blew all day, but this morning the air and sea were calm making for a wonderful sunrise ...
... I was not there to see dad's reaction. I wish I was. Oh I forgot to write about our outing with Andre and Helene. They took us to l'Aventure du Sucre, some sort of museum on the production and history of sugar. The place was a real sugar factory! It is really nice and the greenery outside the factory is so pretty with mini coconut trees, bougainvillees etc. Worth the visit! Thanks Andre and Helene! Check out our ...
... the owner; he said the dates would be open, so we’ll reserve this house with its beautiful view as our meeting hall. The church members here on Mauritius hope they will have some visitors for the festival; that really helps make the time special for them.
We headed back to the beach where the rain had started again and heavier. We gathered up the picnic supplies and headed the cars. Then we drove farther down the beach strip to two ...
I left the wall of curtains open on my room overnight so that I would be greeted upon awakening with whatever view this spacious suite had to offer. I wasn't disappointed. The sky is blue, the water bluer and the traveler bright as the rising sun.
In my suite one towel is folded into the shape of an elephant and two more are sculpted to create a pair of swans coming together to form a heart. Both are sprinkled with flower blossoms. It doesn’t go with ...
... waves moving swiftly in.
As I stared at the display of raw power, the Prodigues told me this was a suicide spot. They pointed to what looked like a miniature cemetery just behind us. A dozen small crosses had been placed there in memory of people who had ended their lives by jumping into the maelstrom. There certainly didn’t look to be any reasonable chance of escape. Once in, it would be too late for any remedy, there would only be the short time to ...