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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... and muddy road to and from school. We got a few photos nonetheless. Back to our day trip in Curepipe, along Route Royale. Patisserie Suisse' owners are good friends with dad but they no longer work in the patisserie. It's now run by their daughter and husband. They were not there either, only two employees. Their cakes were never our favorites but we walked past every day on our way back from school. Next to the patisserie, there's an indian snack shop who ...
... the members scheduled to attend, the sound equipment, the challenge of new songs and a new hymnal on its way in French, the plans for Sabbath Services and some exciting activities during the Feast – that somehow seem to be customarily decided at the very beginning of the celebration instead of being planned weeks or months in advance. Under some latitudes, advanced planning seems to be a strange idiosyncrasy from the West, and the notion of time is never ...
... and Alice, John, and I had a crash course in diving and how to dive in the shallow water for about 15 minutes. We all piled into a little boat and then dropped Melissa and Spencer off in deeper water because they were certified and then the rest of us descended into 12-meter deep water and saw the most amazing marine life! Our guide, Burton, was the greatest man I had met on this whole voyage, he would have done anything for us, and ...
... they blended together perfectly. Anyway, we sailed for a long time until we finally stopped to go snorkeling. I swam around and snorkeled in the Indian Ocean (how cool is that?) for an hour or two and then got back on the boat and enjoyed lunch. The crew prepared another delicious meal of grilled marlin filets, barbecued chicken breasts, and hot dogs. We sailed for a few more hours and like I said, I literally just sat, talked with some friends, had some drinks, and listened ...
Steve as ever had been a legend and organised us a catamaran trip, on the best cat for a Mauritian price - yes! He also organised a taxi/van thing to pick us all up and take us to the place down south, Tamarin, so that we could all drink! That was good fun, but an early start, 6.45! Good banter happened as ever in the van and the music was pretty good too, with the what seems to be the standard Mauritain CD with some good dance ...