Veranda Palmar Beach
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Finally, we see land, and it looks good. After being at sea for six days, it was a nice thing to see. The weather is quite warm and humid, our kind of weather.
Rose, Rich and I headed off on a water taxi. Now, this is not your state-of-the-art watercraft. I looked for life jackets and did not see any and they packed us in, not your typical Crystal style. It was a $2 ride to be dropped ...
... I stayed and talked a while longer with the other Prodigues and then asked for some directions back to Mahébourg. Jocelyn gave me directions for a shortcut through the cane fields. It wasn’t too preoccupying, even if one gets lost on an island, one’s bound to hit a coastline sooner or later to get reoriented.
The drive back in the fading afternoon was very pleasant, and I didn’t get lost. When dinner time came around, ...
... and muddy road to and from school. We got a few photos nonetheless. Back to our day trip in Curepipe, along Route Royale. Patisserie Suisse' owners are good friends with dad but they no longer work in the patisserie. It's now run by their daughter and husband. They were not there either, only two employees. Their cakes were never our favorites but we walked past every day on our way back from school. Next to the patisserie, there's an indian snack shop who ...
... Different days of the week feature different wares at the market. This day it was mostly clothing.
At lunchtime I walked down the main street to an Indian restaurant I like called the Happy Rajah. The Chicken Tika Masala is excellent. I noticed when I came back from lunch, that I had a ticket on the windshield of the rental car. The city has changed the parking permissions for the space where I had parked. I’ve ...
In South Africa and environs, dump trucks are referred to as “tippers”
and traffic signals at intersections, commonly known as “stop lights”
at home, are referred to here as “robots.
At the Air France lounge at the Johannesburg airport, being early for
my flight to Mauritius, I asked the reception desk person to please
assist me in reconfirming my onward flight from Mauritius ...