Jamelah Beach Guest House

Address: Au Cap, Mahe Island, Seychelles Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Au Cap, Mahe Island, is near Botanical Gardens, Clock Tower, Seychelles National Museum, and French Cultural Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Mahe Island

      When The Roof On your house Wants Restoring

      A travel blog entry by eggnog58clam on Dec 07, 2014

      What exactly is the single most important commitment that a person could have? It is your house. Your home is the most significant because that is where you and all your family spend nearly all of your time. Family memories are created in your house along the way through the contented, yet from time to time, troublesome responsibilities of raising …

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      Diving Jackpot

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 30, 2014

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... and the visibility was a little milky in the distance. Maybe it’s the granite particulate. We encountered a couple of turtles, one just munched on coral while we petted him. We saw several sharks, balls of snappers and the usual array of tropical color when we heard a clicking noise. There 50 feet from us were nine dolphins. We don’t need to tell our friends who dive that an underwater encounter with ...

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      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 03, 2013

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      Dive Day

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 28, 2013

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      ... the front of the underhang and the ray is not happy. He is fluffing up the bottom by waving his sides and stiring up the sand and gravel on the bottom. Visibility drops as he has a lot of bottom floating around him now. But we still don’t really leave so he looks for a hole in our circle and takes it and glides away from the group. He didn’t go far to get under another overhang and we found him ...