Cape Garden Luxury Residence
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... a boat to be trans...ferred to a platform far out in the lagoon and we were being fitted with harnesses and life jackets, positioned in front of a parasail and the next minute we up in the air above the bay between the beach at St Geran and the coral reef, we floated high above the water and were brought down to dip our toes into the lagoon and then floated out over ...
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 ...
... some promotion there because the opening is kind of a week? It is not really clear.. But I am looking forward to the opening from Riverland :)
This blog is really long but only last weekend left.. On Saturday I went with Lara to the botanical garden it was nice to see, but I still preview to have real nature and not but it in a park together for tourist.. After we had a bbq at our hous because it was the last week from Martin (the guy from denmark). It ...
... because I wanted to experience freedom, which, having been living with my parents all my life is something I've always longed for. I wanted freedom in it's truest, purest form. The kind of freedom that not only meant being allowed to stay out till late in the night, but the kind of freedom that meant having responsibilities and the decision making power in my hands. I wanted to make my own food, wash my own clothes, take care of my stuff myself and be able ...
... Fortunately we had bought 2 litre of Tip Top Vanilla icecream from the supermarket (which also had Kiwifruit!)
Dad had invited his best friend and family, and we were interrogated about dancing. We were about to be introduced to Sega - the traditional Mauriitan dance. A tiny lounge was cleared back and the music turned up, and they were into it. And then us - to be laughed at many times. Finally about midnight they faded.
The evening ...