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  • Island Daze Alright. To the good stuff. Salty breeze, crystal blue waters, and granite outcrops. The Seychelles are composed of 42 granitic islands (ok apparently there are a few coralline islands but you get it...) on our visit to the Posted by ellie nicole in Missing Link in the Mist | Jan 30, 2016
  • Seychelles, Seychelles by the sey-shoreArriving in the Seychelles is like switching a bike gear from an intense uphill climb to a slow moderate pedal. Uganda was exciting, early rising, sensory-overload and cultural feasting. The Seychelles is like Indian Ocean Jamaica (in attitude), Hawaii (i Posted by ellie nicole in Missing Link in the Mist | Jan 29, 2016
  • Cruise Day Twenty - 14th Day @ SeaThe ship is showing a bit more movement as she clips along at a very respectable 20.5 knots on a slight sea. The sky is overcast again and the temperature is up to 28°C with a continuation of the Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 28, 2016
  • Cruise Day Nineteen - Port Victoria, Mahé, the SeychellesJust 4° South of the Equator with a temperature around 30°C and a humidity that causes your clothes to be saturated within minutes. Calm seas and overcast sky as we approach the Port of Victoria on the island of Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 27, 2016
  • Cruise Day Eighteen - 13th Day @ Sea - Australia DayThe sky is overcast, we sail on a moderate sea and there's a stiff breeze across the deck which made walking difficult. I completed a few laps on the open deck then decided to complete my exercise by walking Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 26, 2016
  • Cruise Day Seventeen - 12th Day @ Sea - Crossing the EquatorWe appear to be sailing away from the hazy weather we've experienced since Singapore. The sky was clearer this morning while I roamed Deck 14. The sunrise was not a class worthy of posting. On my way Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 25, 2016
  • Cruise Day Sixteen - 11th Day @ Sea - Destination the SeycheCalm seas, hazy sky, high humidity and very few passengers on deck when I completed my laps of Deck 14. Met up with Jenny in the Horizon Court for breakfast. Down to the cabin and filled the Laundry Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 24, 2016
  • Vallée de Mai Nature ReserveSeychelles, located in the east of the African continent, is by far one of the most beautiful places you will ever visit. Nature so beautiful on a whole other level, spilling into your view in every corner you turn - Posted by AlyssaSuzuki in The Seychelles | Dec 1, 2015
  • Aldabra-cadabraEarth is dominated by humans. We know that. What we think is that every corner of the world is touched by humans. That's where you're wrong. Aldabra Atoll is made of four large, ancient coral islands that close together to form Posted by AlyssaSuzuki in The Seychelles | Dec 1, 2015
  • The DamLa Digue, directly translated into English as The Dam, is home the most iconic beaches in the whole world. People in search for breathtaking beaches with clear blue waters and snow white sand go to these beaches. Countless out-of-this-world waters Posted by AlyssaSuzuki in The Seychelles | Dec 1, 2015
  • Seychelles - Mombasa - Nairobi - Rome - London - Bristol ===Saturday 22nd November 1986=== My birthday! We have a leisurely breakfast and hang around waiting for the airport pick-up. The journey back to the airport is less eventful than the one which took us here thank goodness. Today is going Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 22, 1986
  • Seychelles: Beau Vallon Beach We stay in bed late today, just because we can, then take a leisurely stroll along the lovely stretches of golden sand at Beau Vallon Bay. [img=http://photos.travelle Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 21, 1986
  • Seychelles: Victoria and the Botanical gardens ===Thursday 20th November 1986=== We wake up to torrential rain this morning, which continues for several hours. I have not seen a downpour like it: huge drops splat on the ground, the rain feels like a massage on my shoulders. And Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 20, 1986
  • Seychelles: Round Island Tour===Wednesday 19th November 1986=== We take an organised bus tour around the island this morning in order to see as much as we can in the shortest possible time. Stopping at the roadside, the guide explains to us about various trees, Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 19, 1986
  • Seychelles: Beau vallon Beach - fishermen and catamarans===Tuesday 18th November 1986=== We rise early to watch the fishermen haul their catch in on the beach a little further down from our hotel. [img=http://phot Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 18, 1986
  • Seychelles: Cerf Island ===Monday 17th November 1986=== Cerf Island Access is by glass bottom boat to the small off-shore island of Cerf, which lies in the Ste Anne Marine National Park and is surrounded by a coral reef. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 17, 1986
  • Seychelles: Beau Vallon Beach ===Sunday 16th November=== Coral Strand Hotel The hotel is situated with direct access to the glorious beach, and we have a side view of the ocean from our room. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_Beau_Vallo..helles_ Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 16, 1986
  • Meru National Park - Nairobi - Seychelles===Saturday 15th November 1986=== Most of today is taken up with travelling, with just a few comfort stops along the way. Local market town Whenever we stop to Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 15, 1986
  • La la la in La Digue island La Digue is part of Archipelago of Seychelles. There is no airport on this tiny island and can be reached by a ferry from Praslin and is 20 minutes away. Cat Coco, the popular inter island Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | May 5, 2014
  • Day 21Today we walked around the coast to Anse Georgette, a beautiful beach that you can only reach via the ocean or by going through the Lemuria Estate/Golf course. Our reps were able to put our names on the gates. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/218 Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 20Today we visited Vallee de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We decided to go by public bus - each journey is 5 SCR (about 25p) regardless of how far you are travelling. The ancient forest is part of the National Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 19This morning we took the ferry back to Praslin and were driven up to the North West tip of the island - Anse Kerlan and the Cap Jean Marie villas situated right on the beach. This is the view from our Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 17-18We hired bikes for our last two days on La Digue. On the first day we turned right and cycled round the coast for about 10km until the road ran out (Anse Fourmis) - we stopped at a couple of beaches Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Day 16Today we walked to L'Union Estate, a coconut plantation - famous for giant tortoises and Anse la Source d'Argent, the beach used for the Bounty Chocolate, Campari and Barcardi Rum TV commercials. Originally coconut farming was the main industry on Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Day 15Today we climbed Nid D'Aigle - although it's only 333m it was quite hard going in the heat, so we stopped at a bar near the top for a well earned beer [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/218372/tmp_DSCF04301381203155.jpg thumb=http://photos.travelle Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
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