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... people. Damn these "Off-seasons"! Also, I discovered most people speak Creole, so trying to meet and talk to anyone was difficult at best. Poor me. After my boring bar experience, a random young Indian guy drove past me on a scooter and we started chatting. He offered to take me to the market nearby. He seemed nice and safe enough and after sizing him up (he was smaller than me) I figured, why not? I was looking for some kind of adventure. Riding the scooter was an absolute blast. ...
... me what to do!!”, a phrase I all too often say.
So I saw this way and that, looking at the different fish and coral, capturing as much as I could with the GoPro. An octopus was hiding in a barrel and I was fascinated with the creature.
After about 50 minutes of exploring, air had run low and we had to go to the surface. Up we went…
The next dive was at Coral Garden. As we were descending, there was a metal bedframe sitting awkwardly at ...
... the body laguage etc. Till the next story.
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- ''D'' puked on the high way in the capital city Port Louis. Ad and Lars first didn't understand why I wanted to stop. After I said stop right now, on the right, otherwise you will have puked in your car..
- We have cables for a TV but there is no tv..
- Almost every week there is a firework here.
- I share my bedroom with a lovely Gecko(s).
- When I tried ...
... wares and bargained for better deals. Lines formed before food stalls selling fried foods and sweets. It’s crowded with people, unusual sites and permeating smells.
I spent much of the day working in my room, but took time to walk through the congested market as well. The mix of races is very striking in Mauritius. The island was uninhabited when the first Europeans discovered it. So the population is made up of fairly ...
... back after that to prepare for the evening’s entertainment and return the car to Robbie who had just arrived back from SA.
Friday night we went out to town once again. After a few Phoenix lagers at the beach house Robbie and Sarah spoiled me by taking me to their favourite restaurant in Gran Baie – the world famous Paleis de Chine. Although they were out of fresh crabs we splashed out on some of the most amazing seafood ...