Cape Garden Luxury Residence
Travel Blogs from Cap Malheureux
... that there were many Chinese artifacts and it really shows that there has been an ongoing relationship between China and Mauritius since centuries ago. It is also a little bit ironic because there was a room just to show off the Chinese artifacts that this family acquired when they lived there because things in China used to be so expensive... Now it obviously still is, duh.
So that was kind of it. It was worth going!
Enjoyed our last breakfast and had our last eggs from the lovely egg lady! Went to reception to ask about keeping our room for longer and they gave it to us until 3pm without charge so we can't complain. And as advised by Reshma I asked for our lunch to be included which is a bonus. So headed straight for the pool, which was busy so we had to go on the beach, which was strangely empty. Very hot day. A bit if a rain shower in the morning ...
... back to the beach! Glyn wasn't feeling very well so we went back to the Tom early-ish and the sun had gone in anyway. Decided to skip the cocktail party tonight, and good job as the heavens opened again about 10 mins into it! Went straight for dinner which was Mauritian themed and really tasty! It had an Indian feel to it, but not as strong flavours. Glyn was still not felting well so we decided to call it a night and I snuck my rosé back to the ...
... hot dogs, chicken, salad, swims in the sea (in the middle of winter!) and finally a spot of beach cricket followed by some photo fun watching another stunning sunset. Literally, the perfect day finished off by visiting a couple of friends, Yurgen and Sam, at Yurgens place on the beach.
My dad and I headed north to visit Guilemette and her sister Odiel at their amazing place in Grand Baie. I mean, if the house was any more on the beach it would be in the ...
... towards India. We were behind a day because of our Mauritius stop, and that paired with the fact that the Mauritius to India trip is Pirate infested waters (yes, pirates still exist, except not a wooden boat.. they are in tiny speed boats and they use guns, less funny and more scary is what I learned). But thankfully we are the fasted cruise ship in the world, so we booked it up to about 25 knots.
At the beginning of the semester we were divided into ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service