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... about eating in the Discovery Restaurant is we get seated on a first come first seated basis. As a result, we have enjoyed meeting several people who are not part of the Road Scholar group. Most of them have been from England.
After a leisurely afternoon, we joined our group for an orientation and then went to dinner. Because Road Scholar is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, a beautiful cake was brought to the tables for all to share.
morning swim across the road from our hotel we spent the rest of the morning
packing to leave. We had a transfer organised to our new hotel at Mahebourg. We
had decided to stay here because we have an early flight tomorrow morning and
because it is an hour’s drive across the island we wanted to avoid a pre-dawn
start. The drive across the island showed us the stunning ...
... perfect under a bright blue sky with puffy white clouds. They asked a question about what if anything the Bible says about Africa in prophecy. I mentioned that there were a few indications and that I would give than more study and prepare a sermon or Bible Study on the subject. There will be a lot of interest for that topic.
We enjoyed a cup of coffee or tea, Mauritians mostly drink tea, as we talked and reflected on the ...
... countries and different cultures have different thinking and ideologies. I was so wrong. We spoke about issues at the same level, most of us shared the same intellect, and conversing with them came to me as easily as it would with my friends back home. No one was superior, no one was inferior. The French girl wasn't rude and the Chinese weren't cold. The American didn't think the world of himself or his country. Our house started looking like a world class ...
... is going to go down as one of my favorite places. Seychelles was great too and they are very different, but both were very fun and enjoyable. I found out that I can not get any further away from Seattle than here. I am nearly 10,600 miles away from home and unless you go any further than this, you will be getting closer to home. My previous furthest point from home was Perth Australia which is just over 9,000 miles away from home.