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... sand dunes which change
color. Behind a distant fence were huge tortoises basking in the
sun. They looked like dinosaurs with their huge eyes, and leathery
skin. Then one of them began to chase the smaller one.
“What are they doing?”
“The birds and the bees,” someone
replied. And everyone broke into laughter.
Our next stop was to see the waterfall
and the gorge at ...
... grown into a truly international company with anew opening towards green tourism, "The tea Route", which already figures prominently in the tourist brochures of the country.
Those places that were part of a private domain have been redeveloped to welcome Mauritian and foreign visitors.
Today the Group Saint Aubin is positioned in three sectors: agriculture, tourism and the derivative trade. These three sectors coexist perfectly ...
... s friend of more than 50 years came to visit him at the shop. We call him 'di lait' because he was our milkman when we were kids. He used to drive his bike with two huge containers of fresh goat milk! He is a funny guy I have to say, listening to all his stories! Dinner was at Andre and Helene's! We had a great time and I always enjoy their company! I hope I can spend some more time with them again before I ...
... these and other questions took an hour and a half. Then there was time to sign some cards of encouragement that the congregation would send to several people.
I had planned to continue baptismal counseling with three people. Our session was interrupted after 45 minutes by a furious rainstorm. Since the hall has a metal roof, and hard rain makes it virtually impossible to talk without shouting in each other’s ears, we had to stop early. The rain lasted ...
... and health issues, hotels we used or avoided, restaurants we liked or didn’t, and so on. We also compared airlines and she complained about Air Madagascar, which is less expensive that some others but chronically inefficient, and frequently late. I mentioned that I heard employees in Tana calling it Air Mad for short and perhaps that was fitting. We had a laughed about that.
We landed in Reunion about the time we should have landed on ...