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... La Route du Thé », qui
figure déjà en bonne place dans les brochures touristiques du pays.
« La Route du Thé » vous propose une excursion en 3 étapes où vous
découvrirez l'histoire de notre Île et de son peuple, les traditions et
les saveurs du terroir local. Vous visiterez des maisons coloniales
d'époque et leurs jardins, découvrirez les procédés de distillation du
rhum et des huiles essentielles, le savoir-faire ...
Day 3 was absolutely divine...we read books,tanned and chatted at the pool, went on a pedalo boat ride, swam in the rimflow pool, had light lunch and then made our way to the boat house for an afternoon trip in the glass bottom boat ...saw thousands of fish in the coral and then returned to our favorite spot...the bar with green lawn for a refreshing ice cold cocktail. We ended off the day with a...n ...
... a solution, and that I was not feeling happy how it was going because I didn't really learned something yet, and I wanted to learn and make mistakes.. (I already had earlier indicated that to my supervisor). There was a meeting organized (by my supervisor) with the agency who arranged my internship. But then it came out that it was not the 31th of December but the 31th of November (what I was thinking after I sended the email that it should be more like that, because ...
... sixteen people from ten different countries. So my trip was basically going to be an 11-in-1 cultural exchange program. The previous dilemma that I was facing was instantly resolved.
The first sight of Mauritius was an absolute feast for the eyes. I could see the tiny speck of land surrounded by the bluest water I'd ever seen in my life. The landing was even better, right between a perfect semicircular rainbow kissing the ground from end to end. This ...
... the one street entrance.)
Sunday Fabrice took us to an ocean beach on the south coast - no coral to protect the shore. His special beach. Had a snack lunch of samosa and potato patties. It was Mother's day and many families out picnicing. Then off to Blue Bay and to meet another CS - Vanesha. I had asked her to take us snorkeling to see the rare brain coral. A beach of unbelievable beauty - similar to Pacific Island scenes. She organised ...