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... sea life. The tour escorts on this trip were Pamela and Peter, the dance instructs so while Peter was far off in the sea and Erica and Pamela had gone walkabout, I took the camera and wandered along the beach and through the pine and palm trees just taking pictures of the views, which really were wonderful. After about three and a half hours on the island we had to leave but this was one place which was hard to do so. We returned to the ship but only ...
... an impossibility when they spend half their working day either winding-up huge crocodiles or playing with tigers. Anyone who voluntarily gets in the water with a three hundred kilogram killing machine needs their head examined. They at least put on a good show and when it came to audience participation everyone had a good laugh. When a very enthusiastic Scandanavian man was chosen to come to the stage, his enthusiasm was swiftly thwarted upon being told he was going to help feed ...
... or “improved”) rum, a sort of rum and fruit juice punch. Then we had rice and chicken with a vegetable sauce, which was very nice. Among other things we talked about what people like to do at the beach in Mauritius. Flic en Flac was full of people, families, teens and young people in groups swimming, picnicking and drinking beer. Many people were walking around in swim suits carrying a liter bottle of what the labels ...
... which I have now traveled. I am thankful for The World's Greatest Travel Agent, Kathy Sudeikis, who flawlessly put this odyssey together and who will now, I hope, find a way to get me via Iceland to (maybe on a cruise) Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, (and from there then maybe overland via train) to Estonia, Latvia and Poland and then flying home (maybe connecting via Portugal) in, say, June, 2011. Are you reading this WGTA?
I am thankful for elephants.
... runs off. During cyclones (Indian Ocean hurricanes) huge amounts of water rush off the giant mountainsides, making for incredible torrents of water that can carry away bridges, and carry rocks off the steep sides of the island. Thus the importance of the nets…. Certain roads are routinely closed as a precaution during times of heave rain.
After a few kilometers of steep rocky shoreline with no beach, we reached the pointe des Aigrettes where the ...