seychelles

What We Did in Mahe (Seychelles)

February 25, 2008
Mahe fruit market

So sad to leave La Digue! We had such a relaxing time here biking around and sightseeing the island. Except for when I kept falling off my bike. Mostly because Diana kept stopping short in front of me. The last fall was the worst – I not only fell but got my shorts stuck on […]

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What We Did in La Digue (Seychelles)

February 23, 2008
Anse Source d´Argent

La Digue is the fourth largest and third most populated of the Seychelles, with over 2,000 inhabitants. Getting here from Praslin is quite easy. There is a Inter-Island Ferry that runs a couple times a day, takes about 20 minutes, and costs 10 Euros per person one-way. We spent two days in La Digue and […]

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What We Did in Praslin (Seychelles)

February 22, 2008
Anse Lazio

Some interesting facts about the Seychelles from Wiki: As the islands of the Seychelles had no indigenous population, the current Seychellois are composed of people who have immigrated to the island. The largest ethnic groups are those of French, African, Indian, and Chinese descent. French and English are official languages along with Seychellois Creole, which […]

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Dubai to Praslin

February 21, 2008
seychelles beer

My sister Diana came to visit me over Chinese New Year. She had 2 weeks holiday so she planned one week in Dubai and for the other week she looked at visiting either Egypt, Maldives, or a host of other places but finally decided on the Seychelles because – get this – her flight from […]

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