La Reine Creole B & B
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... grown into a truly international company with anew opening towards green tourism, "The tea Route", which already figures prominently in the tourist brochures of the country.
Those places that were part of a private domain have been redeveloped to welcome Mauritian and foreign visitors.
Today the Group Saint Aubin is positioned in three sectors: agriculture, tourism and the derivative trade. These three sectors coexist perfectly ...
... first hand the great excitement of not only the race track - bustling traffic, people rushing to get there bets on and then people supporting the races in local street cafes... much like our local folk support rugby....shouting at TV's in a crowded bar, it was so funny to watch these very peaceful people get so excited by their various horses...I must rush off to dinner now so until tomorrow, good night and God ...
... the body laguage etc. Till the next story.
Did you know that:
- ''D'' puked on the high way in the capital city Port Louis. Ad and Lars first didn't understand why I wanted to stop. After I said stop right now, on the right, otherwise you will have puked in your car..
- We have cables for a TV but there is no tv..
- Almost every week there is a firework here.
- I share my bedroom with a lovely Gecko(s).
- When I tried ...
... I've always wanted to be that traveler. Mauritius gave me a chance to be that traveler.
After my daily adventures, I'd come home to a bunch of crazy, excited, card lovers and we'd get started with our favourite time pass again. As time went on, I got more and more connected to my co-workers, my flatmates. Our connect was not only limited to cards now. I gradually realized that we were all actually very similar. I always had this idea that people ...
... 350 R. Thanks guys.
Then off to Grande Baie, the ultimate Bay at the top of the island. Beautiful blue/green water so clear and warm.
Then off to our next CS hoss, who live half way down the western side on the beach - Flic en Flac. Now there's a name for you. They met us at 6.30 and took us to a lovely modern apartment with a huge bedroom for us - king size bed, fridge stocked with water, juice and beer, yoghurt and bread. And we thought ...