La Maison D'ete Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison D'ete Hotel Belle Mare
Recepção excelente! Atendimento sempre personalizado! Limpeza! Sorrisos! Piscina, caiaque, praia... Boas vindas com pétalas de flores sobre a cama! Pratos fantásticos no restaurante!!! Até atendimento em português nós tivemos!
Toda essa experiência dentro do Projeto 20°12' (www.projeto2012.com.br)
O único ponto que poderia ser questionado é a localização. Para tudo você precisa de carro ou táxi. Como queríamos conhecer toda a ilha e teríamos que pegar táxi sempre para ir de um lado para outro, não vimos absolutamente nenhum ponto contra.
Uma experiência maravilhosa para nós, que fomos em lua-de-mel para Maurício.
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As the catamaran was cancelled we decided to have a day by the pool. Glyn burns through the beach umbrellas as they're woven so the pool was safer. It was extremely hot today which i even struggled to cope with. We were well looked after by Reshma again! As the day went on I moved to the beach which had more of a breeze. Reshma seemed concerned that we were apart but I said I kept visiting him! For lunch we went to the bikini bar. As soon as we had ordered we saw the ...
... us for the students at the public beach. We swam some more before making our way back through the resort.
Mauritius has always been thought of as the spring break stop of the voyage, with booze cruises being the main attraction and our students have managed to acquire quite a reputation on the island. I was a little concerned about what we would see when we got back to the more populated area ...
... along with other previous offences) Semester at Sea is no longer allowed to dock in Mauritius. Another interesting little tidbit, they can’t dock in Takoradi again either, because students destroyed a lot of the property at a local bar, as well as some other incidents. They can still go to Ghana, they just have to go to Tema or Accra. If there’s one thing you can say about this ship and the people on it, we’re not lacking in ...
... lights in the front of the ship so that we could do some star gazing. I saw Orion off the port (left) side of the ship and saw the Southern Cross of the starboard aft (right back). We are discouraged from not using the proper sailing terms for left, right, front, and back since we are at sea for the semester so I wanted to show off my new mariner knowledge! I also saw a shooting star which was ...
... then had a quick rock game, entailing throwing rocks at inonimate objects and seeing who can hit it first and headed for home for a BBQ which was ray! However bad we felt about buying and eating ray it was bloody tasty! We also BBQ'd some corn on the cob, had pineapple rice and finished it off with grilled banana. As was becoming pretty standard for a wednesday we headed out to Grand Bay for the evening after some homemade ...