Le Bamboo Hotel & Restaurant
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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 ...
... as it was still rainy and windy. I was hoping that my dress wouldn’t blow up and give the person in back of me a show. The view was again spectacular. I saw a few waterfalls from the distance. The green valley and tall trees were hiding under the heavy fog. Then for just a minute, the fog rose and I was able to see the magnificent forest.
When I returned to the car, the driver had bought me a fresh pineapple with chili flakes. It was delicious.
Continuing on, ...
... boat ride out to the Marine Park.The Marine Park is situated on the South East coast of Mauritius near Mahebourg and is one of the best places to go snorkelling. The Marine Park includds a lagoon and extends about 1km seaward from the reef crest. At the marine park we had, after the boat ride to see the corals, we got in the water and despite my Mum and Dad not really being keen, we grabbed our snorkel gear and went ...
... 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 ...
... and had to bribe the policemen at the gate of the port with $4 to allow our taxi to drive up to the gangway of the MV so that we would make it on board by the time we were supposed to.
We made it on board in time without getting any dock time (dock time= the later you are past the designated boarding time means the more time they make you stay on the ship in the next port) and went to bed early, needing a rest after a fun spring break.