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... history in the Church; she didn’t really know anyone very well, and we love to hear those stories. We talked about the recent history of the Church of God and various important events. We talked about the climates of Mauritius and Dallas, and social mores on the island, in Europe and in the US. We discussed various prophecies, and other passages of the Bible, and how God carries out His promises in sometimes surprising, unexpected, ...
... straight through the foil ,leaving jaggedy edges round the top to pour through. This is something he moans incessantly at me doing!
For the young and fit there are water sports included but not much for the older clientele apart from sitting on the beach and wandering back and forth to the pool bar, which I must confess we are experts at..
Breakfast is in a huge dining room and is a large buffet reflecting the multi-cultural nature of the guests., a large proportion ...
... from the coolies ((their word, not mine)) who were brought in to work in the sugar cane fields.) I got a Third Eye painted on my forehead -- and a blessing -- from a temple priest who quite pointedly mentioned the deposit box at the end of his spiel. OK, that was what I was thinking, but I did not act like an ugly American: I put my palms together, bowed, and said "Namaste" when he was done. We had possibly the best large-group meal ...
... enough to have an amazing marine and reef sanctuary nearby called Blue Bay. We were even able to get there on bicycles that we borrowed from the guesthouse. The bay itself is beautiful, but the popular thing is to take a boat out to the large reef for snorkeling. We negotiated with some guys with a boat to take us to two different places for 45 minutes each. The snorkeling was great: the water clear, multitudes of fish and even a ...
... nice program and I have met students from all over. We took a water taxi to the waterfront and were able to walk around downtown Port Louis and get a ncie café lunch. After we went back to the boat to get in a nice swim before I had to retire to study for the midterm I have to make up today. Mauritius is a really lovely island and I wish I had more time there, I know its far but if you get the chance to go I would recommend it. Au revoir!