Grand Bay Suites
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... down a bit. When I was ready to leave which turned out to be 4 am (!!) I had NO idea it was that late. He begged me to spend time with him at his house. He admitted he felt stupid for doing so and that it's very unusual for him to fall so hard. I appreciated his adoration and tried to let him down easy. I thanked him many times then headed back. My flight to India was the next day. He has been emailing me sappy heartbroken messages ever since... And a couple weeks later Adrien followed suit. ...
... in 20 foot swells with their eyes closed. It wasn’t noon yet (admittedly by a only a few minutes) and they totally drunk. The student life folks corralled them all and bustled them off to the drunk tank (yep, we have one of them and no, I haven’t been in it). What a way to waste a day on a beautiful island.
After 4 hours on Mauritius I can say I have been there and that I wished I had more time ...
... President? She seems to me to be a nut.”
Upon arrival at Mauritius, where, by now, the sun has set and it is pitch dark, I was met by my driver who took me the hour or so across the island to the Le Meridien. The World’s Greatest Travel Agent said I should ask if an upgrade was available. So, I did. The room is nice but I can't tell about the view just yet.
Talk to you tomorrow. Oh, thanks Kathy. This really is a nice upgrade.
... people walking by. “When they come into my place and make an order for food I will cook it for them”…..And trust me it was really good. He made me a seafood risotto that with every mouthful the flavours literally popped in my mouth. Brilliant…And then I got to play drinking games with the bloke who owned the place.
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Today I had a midterm in my energy and the environment class. It was hard and nobody in the class finished within the time limit. I bet there is going to be a curve on it. To start the morning I went to global studies and heard my Islam professor, Dr Jawed, speak. He used to live in India when the British ruled and was forced to migrate to Pakistan when India/ Pakistan received their independence. His ...