Orchid Villas Mauritius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We had sun loungers in the shade and were given a couple of welcoming fruit punches. We swam in the sea, which initially felt cool but very quickly turned warm, in fact so warm that you could have spent all day in it. This was followed by a buffet lunch served on the beach. There was a selection of food but Erica and I had Mauritian curry, rice and noodles, which were very good. We then spent longer in the sea. The only disappointing aspect was there ...
... quite impressive, reflecting on the incredible creative mind God has given man and that, one day soon, will be put to work on some incredibly positive and outstanding projects and achievements. Let’s be positive. That tohu and bohu soon will be a thing of the past. And thank God a new, new world is coming!
When landing shortly after noon today in Mauritius, we were greeted by a splendid weather and a gorgeous view of the volcanoes and countryside. ...
... were Finns.
Later, I noticed on the flight map that we made a slight dogleg around Benghazi over which a straight line would have taken us; I suppose the pilots were taking no chances with stray surface to air missiles or anti-aircraft fire. Good for them!
We arrived in Mauritius half an hour early; at 06:30. I was toward the front of the plane so I was able to move quickly to a short immigration line and was through formalities ...
... to the park operators, so we had the tour guide from our bus. He had no idea what he was doing, what the animals were or even his way around the park. So, you can imagine 30 relatively elderly and cranky people wandering around a zoo for 90 minutes. Tracey and I kept going off on our own, as we really didn’t like the shuffle-pace of the rest of the group, much to the chagrin of our flustered guide.
Back on the bus, ...
... cant be said to have achieved anything else. Lunch was at the Pereybere Cafe (or Cafe Pereybere - whichever one we didn't have lunch at yesterday - not sure why their names have to be so similar). Darren had steak, chips and salad, and I had octopus curry - very yummy - Darren even liked my curry as it was spicy but not hot. With three beers and a tip, it came to about 700 rupies or $28. Dinner was at Sealovers, two properties down from the hotel, right on the ...