Le Bamboo Hotel & Restaurant

Address: 25, Mariannes Street, Mahebourg, 25, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 25, Mariannes Street, Mahebourg, is near Le Touessrok Golf and Dolphin Venture, Ltd..
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    Travel Blogs from Mahebourg

    Tea-sy does it

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Mar 31, 2015

    10 photos

    One of my favourite drinks of all time is Mauritian tea made by a company called Bois Cheri. It is a vanilla infused tea which is rarely seen outside Mauritius and the locals drink it more than they do water. As the factory is situated here I decided to carry out a tour of the factory which I was looking forward to immensely (yes I'm sad) The tea is grown, plucked and dried here and exported around the country. Afterwards there ...

    12 days left

    A travel blog entry by renaat23 on Jan 19, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... rented a appartment for that night. I had the worsed pizza ever in a restaurant. And played never ring of fire so long but it was good fun. The next day we went for snorkeling, chilled on the beach and we wanted to take the east coast and stops on places but after lunch we decided to go straight ahead to home because Tosca was already the whole day almost only on the toilet and also Lara was not feeling good unfortunately.

    Than work was ...

    Mauritius: Some call it de Gangster of Love

    A travel blog entry by nathananddarja on Sep 03, 2011

    45 photos

    ... to just offer us his own car for the two days. That would make it a better deal for both him and us. The two cars looked about the same so we agreed and it worked out well.


    Being able to get around faster and stop wherever we wanted let us see more of the island. We went down the south coast to a place called Gris Gris and Roche qui Pleure. Here there is no protective reef and/or sandbanks, so the ocean smashes straight into the volcanic ...

    A memorable evening

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 18, 2011

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... on" moment from learning this or that truth in the Bible; sometimes the process was much more gradual and homogeneous. Often the personal example of a friend or sibling was a key element. We also shared the stories of our baptisms. I started off with my story of being baptized at age 19 in the Mekong River on the border between Thailand and Laos at a time when I was teaching English in a refugee camp. We were observed by ...

    Goodbye to the island

    A travel blog entry by travelbud on Mar 03, 2010

    5 photos

    ... Accra are definitely players to watch out for.

    It was back to the bus station to catch the earlier 430 pm express bus to Gran Baie and having promised to return the favour and cook for Rob and Sarah, needed to stop at the Super U store in order to get some things to throw in the dinner pot. And in a crazy bizarre moment of 'wow this is a small world’ bumped into a good friend from University – Kate Holland, who has been living here for the ...