Aanari Hotel & Spa
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... began our descent, occasionally stopping at panoramic spots giving a breathtaking view of the island. From their vantage points, Mauritius looks absolutely stunning. At a lower altitude, back in the inhabited areas, one may see many huge and beautiful houses built in concrete and solid enough to withstand the cyclones that batter the Island every now and then. I could not help but think that it would not take much to beautify the whole island – not just ...
... was slow due to the amount of traffic, though the roads are good. We also learned that there is free education, but families must buy school books and uniforms. There is also free health care. There is also work for everyone (if they wish) though wages are not that good (av of 5000-8000 MUR per month ( £110-£180)). Whilst many of the rural areas are all used to grow sugar cane we were told that most of the Mauritian sugar was exported and ...
... It was a mess.
This paired with the fact that we were constantly losing an hour of sleep meant that studying for midterms was an absolute nightmare.
On the first night at sea, the ship’s captain decided to turn off the external lights of the ship so we could have a star watching night! The sky in the middle of the ocean was just covered stars, so much so it looked like dust. It was so nice laying out on the deck with the rest of the ship. ...
... Good thing a bar was right next to it which had a dance floor. We all mobbed over there, bought some drinks, and began to get our grooves on. After an hour or so I looked around and noticed the whole bar was packed with Semester at Sea students. Also the dance floor was flooding with them. Overall it turned out to be a very fun night and one that will be remembered for a long time.
The next day came too ...
... no internet conncection. Today I have been attending the conference, and I am finally in the lab. Mauritius is very much like the humid side of a Hawaiian island - lush vegetation and flowers, and green hills. I am staying at a hotel in the capital of Port Louis, and I met some conference attendees and we dined together last night at Tandoori Express on the waterfront. Right now I am off to start the afternoon sessions - I will write again soon. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center