Veraclub Le Grande Sable
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... and it was a fabulous ride with beautiful views of the island and the surrounding area, passing through large areas of mangroves. We arrived at a small jetty where we disembarked and, goodness me, it seemed as though we really had arrived in paradise. The beach was probably the best we have seen thus far on our journey and the sea was a beautiful green colour, protected by a large reef. In fact the reef surrounding Mauritius is the third largest in ...
... Africa as arrived
. Took an old sleeping not fit for cold temperatures
. Took too many shirts
. Did not pre-book tour to Robbin Island
. Leaving painting on Dragoman truck.
. not buying a thermos cup. With the bumpy roads I wore the tea a few times.
Surprises along the way:
. Coming face to face with a Leopard at 4am coming back from the loo in the Serengeti
. The standard of living of Namibia and Botswana ...
... myself...wherever possible.
I am thankful for IRAs and 401(k)s without which my financial situation now and in the future might very well have been perilous.
I am thankful for Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Larry and Larry and VIcki and Clare and all the rest there. They have shown creativity and trust and leadership and they use ej4 as it should be used and they, with their caring about and attention to quality, have made me and the rest of us at ej4 better.
... talking as we drove. We continued our conversations of the previous day and branched out into new topics as well, which we would continue doing all day.
As we drove down toward Saint Denis (pronounced "san denee" in French), I saw some curious clouds of white mist a couple of km off shore. As I stared, trying to decide they were boats or clouds or something else, Laval noticed my stare and said “whales.” Large whales migrate along the coast, and are ...
... the rugged south coast, where the reef is closer in and waves break much closer to the shore. The weather was also worse down here! After going over roads that crossed the sea, and got very close to it on either side we stopped at a little cove that Tim had heard about. There were rocks here that had been smoothed by the action of the water and are used by the islanders to crush garlic and herbs etc so we sorted through and found a few ...