Tipavillon Guest House

Address: Anse aux Anglais, Rodrigues Island, Mauritius | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Anse aux Anglais, Rodrigues Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Rodrigues Island

      Day 64, 65, 66 Sea days sailing towards Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Mar 19, 2015

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      ... than ever, sweat in my eyes, and my face was beat red. I made it by passing the baton off again to Rich and he did his one lap. I must say he is in better shape than I am. Was it fun? I guess today I can say that! The recovery period took me over an hour. What I did not mention was that I was sick the previous two days and really should not have participated. Lesson learned. I believe the winners were two girls that had to be teamed up ...

      Month 1 Musings

      A travel blog entry by linakim on May 05, 2013

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      ... iron. Your hair will be up 99% of the time anyway
      - don't plan too far ahead. Hostels are plentiful, buses and trains run every day. Pick a place and run with it
      - a specific Lina rule: don't drink anything before boarding a bathroom-less bus. Nothing. Be prepared to be severely dehydrated for anywhere between 3-7 hours. Or else face the consequences (aka awkward pee-pee dancing down the aisle or having the bus almost leave you ...

      The 1st Rodrigues Cup

      A travel blog entry by silberregen on Jun 20, 2009

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      ... much. But I though fair enough over all we got third and considering that was his first race, it was pretty damn good result, so I let him celebrate.

      ...maybe I shouldn't have...

      We got cute little wooden boats as prizes and everybody was capable of ...

      After the longest 15 days of my life -civilization

      A travel blog entry by silberregen on Jun 16, 2009

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      ... Night 14 - I didn't write, cause I couldn't. We were waiting in front of Rodriguez trying to get there in daytime but we winds were pretty strong, so we kept on doing something between 5 and 7 knots, without sails up. We started throwing warps out to slow us down, to not hit the island before we could see it. That night it rained and rained, it's never been so dark before. Normally you see at least a star ...