Travel Blogs from Trou aux Biches
... a wonderful card she had wrote for each. (Tears flew that's for sure xx) Time to get ready we all headed to start getting our hair done Lauren and Jodi started followed by Amy & I then the bride (holly) and her mum Tanya. We all started looking the part. Our make up was next again each took our turn. Lauren & I went and sorted the flowers with the staff delivered them out to the guys & parents. From here it was time to get dressed. Yay, ...
... bus, announcing that they had brought their own lunch along with them. However, we ignored them the rest of the day -- we were there to enjoy Mauritius! Again it rained off and on in the morning, but since it is so warm, it isn't a problem. We went to a Hindu Temple on the banks of the Grand Bassin, a lake that is holy to the Hindus because its waters communicate with the River Ganges in India. (More than 40% of the population is ...
... Chobe NP with its heaps of Elephants, Buffalo, Hippos, Lions etc.
. Garden Route in South Africa
. Durban foreshore and marine park
. Climbing Dune 45 in Namibia
. The pans (fleis) in Namibia
. Kande beach – Malawi
. Visiting St Judes School
and all between.
The most exhilarating was
. Riding rapids and tipping the raft on the Nile @ Jinja
. Having large dangerous wild animals wander ...
... our questions were answered as we could hear the yells of anger and annoyance from down the hall. The ship was taking away one of our ports.
Now Mauritius is an interesting port. For those who don’t know where it is, it is east of Madagascar off the coast of Africa. It is a very tropical island that Mark Twain once described as heaven. It is an especially interesting port for Semester at Sea, however. It is typically treated as “spring break”, ...
... God began working at a young age and who matured through difficult trials, and Abraham who had to make a clean break with his former life to follow God, and Joshua who was a sort of “second-generation” servant of God. Ladies mentioned Sarah for her faith, perseverance, and submission to her husband, Ruth for her faith and faithfulness, and Esther for her courage and commitment. This discussion was also very interesting and ...