Zylan Luxury Villa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... haar buik is inmiddels al serieus wat beweging waar te nemen. Dat is een twee tal weken geleden begonnen maar toen was het nog niet echt duidelijk wat ze voelde. Nu is het zeker dat het de baby is die zijn bewegingen aan het oefenen is! We make a short visit to the local shopping center to buy some water, snacks and an adaptor because they use the Britisch 3-pin electric plugs here. In entire Southeast Asia the plugs are a little different than in Europe but they fit more or less, ...
We arrived in Colombo a few days earlier than expected to get Dean's ear infection checked out again before we flew. We found some good accommodation which was actually across the road from a more westernised private hospital. Thankfully it's getting better and we got the go ahead to fly. While we were in Colombo there was Buddhist religious holiday called Poya Day. It was a public holiday for Sri Lankan people so many shops were closed and people were out visiting ...
... big splash. It was a glorious sight, gleaming in the sunshine before diving into the inky depths below. We stood and watched for a while, but we didn't see it again.
We kept walking around and there was an announcement by the officer of the watch, there was a pod of whales off to the starboard side of the ship. Wow! Which side is starboard? We follow the crowds and watch for a while but don't see any sign of the whales. ...
... sunny and a calm, deep blue sea. The most silly thing will happen tomorrow. We have been informed that we will arrive in Mauritius tomorrow at 6am, Immigration officials will embark and will commence immediately to see all the passengers face to face prior to our leaving the ship. This means that we will have to be up and ready from 6.30am. As we have a tour booked to leave the ship at 1015, we should be seen fairly early, but what a start to the day! Very ...
... the British took over the island theyturned it into the garrison Anglican Church. Obviously the garrison is long gone but the Church remains as a place of worship. Although it was first used for divine worship in 1804 it was not officially consecrated until 1821 although it's sacred nature may extend much further back than that as it is thought that the Dutch built here on the previous foundation of a Portuguese chapel.
Should the traveller wish ...