Heritage Awali Day 3 Part 1 | Designer Travel

Well, there was no need to bag a sun bed…it is back to torrential rain again! Schools are closed, due to flooding, some roads are impassable, and some homes are wrecked….so I guess we are lucky that it is only our holiday which is being disrupted. Apparently there is a cyclone afoot, which is predicted to miss us ( we hope! ) Through it all the Mauritian staff continue to smile and serve us most courteously, they are a joy! The lovely Jonathan created this beautiful multi coloured cocktail to brighten the morning…I have no idea what was in it..but it was very good!!

I had intended to blog about and from the golf course today…but it is closed because of the weather…so I will have to save that for later. We also need to book our spa treatment…everyone currently gets a complimentary 45 minute back massage as part of the all inclusive package…which is exceedingly generous. The spa has been fighting a losing battle with the rain too, so they are playing catch-up with their appointments….but we hope to get in before we leave on Saturday.

So there was little else to do but take the complimentary shuttle bus to the C Beach Club for another glorious lunch!….this time served and attended to by Pravin and Stephane, whose names I promised to mention!… Once again the attention to detail and quality of service was fantastic! …nothing is too much trouble for them. Highly recommended!

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