Les Lataniers Bleus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... through the backstreets we passed a pretty Hindu temple on the hillside. Although the day had been cloudy and and a bit showery we managed a BBQ on the terrace with a surprisingly good sunset. Later on we could see a terrific display of lightning far out at sea which backlit the Morne and other mountains to the south and the occasional ...
... Blissed out, I headed to dinner and an early night. Tuesday began overcast but still in the mid-20s. Another day of lectures and by mid afternoon I headed to inspect the beach - purely to give details in this blog. Brilliant white sand stretching for miles and turquoise water out to the reef with a fringe of white foam and the constant pound of breakers. An empty lounge beckoned me to contemplate the vista, and I soon fell asleep. Fortunately, I rolled over before ...
I have never seen anything like what I saw last night. New Years in Mauritius has to be seen to be believed.
The day started with an obligatory fireworks shopping run. You have to love that you can buy all the fireworks you want at the local supermarket. Pa Problem!
We then headed out for a seafood lunch and washed it down with a few beers followed by a quick afternoon nap prior to everyone comng around for the party. We brought a ...
... to have a secret knowledge of when its safe to pass...leaves me constantly making sizzling noises in anticipation of a crash! Tomorrow Chris is going to teach me how to snorkle...for someone who is a strong swimmer but terrified of swimming in the sea this is quite a challenge, I should be fine given the fantastic visibility and shallow calm water but I am still quite nervous, wish me luck. Good night and God ...
... 8217;s much appreciated. By mid-afternoon, I was yawning in spite of myself: the spirit was willing, but the flesh was quite tired. We shook hands all around and said goodbye, and I drove back north to Quatre Bornes, slapping myself once in a while to stay alert.
I had a welcome two-hour nap in the afternoon which took me to the end of the day. I walked out in the evening to pick up some bottled water, and rooibos tea to take home. We acquired a taste for rooibos ...