Le Surcouf Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of oil which was used for cooking and putting onto your skin. (Sounds like an early sunscreen!)The French took the island in 1715 naming it Maurice & in 1721 it was renamed Isle de France !Then came the first war between the French & British which the French won but 3 months later the British returned and won.The British allowed the French to stay but on condition they must have English as the native language and follow English ways, so maybe ...
... began, since Acts 7:38 refers to Ancient Israel as "the congregation [in the KJ: 'church’] in the wilderness". So who was the first member of the church? Was it Abraham? [My answer, short version: The NT Church was built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets (Eph. 2:20) – a term which certainly includes some Patriarchs like Abraham, “the father of the faithful”. So in one sense the church is the group of ...
... soooooo looking forward to this part of the trip. Madagascar has been the number one spot that I have wanted to go to for years. I have not met many people that have been there and it just seems like such a wild place. I know that at times it is going to be very challenging, but I expect it to be one of the best adventures of my trip and I look forward to seeing what kind of things I can get into there and hopefully, how many amazing, uncrowded waves I can ...
... venison meat (deer) on our way. We used to love eating roast venison meat with bread or just stir fried with onions, garlic and peppers! We stopped by dad's cousin so he could refrigerate it for us until the end of the day. It was nice to catch up with him! On our way back home, we bought fresh bread and as soon as we got home, dad, our chef, started tackling the venison meat. In no time, it was on the table for dinner! Yum! Dad always cooks delicious ...
... the Church.
After they left for home, I walked down the main street of Quatre Bornes to the Happy Raja, a very pleasant Indian restaurant. I particularly appreciate Indian cuisine and eat it most days, sometimes twice a day when I’m in Mauritius where such restaurants are plentiful and usually inexpensive. I used to eat it three times on some days, but the Gold Crest has stopped offering vegetable curry as part of its breakfast ...