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... to “Nebuchadnezzar’s image” as I like to call it, at the “Grand Bassin”. That 108 feet tall bronze statue of the Hindu goddess Shiva is visible from miles and is called the Mangal Mahadev. It is next to a Hindu temple complex where one can see a number of Hindu divinities like the monkey god, the elephant god, and several real life grey monkeys “going bananas”..
After our visit in those lush and beautiful ...
... More an arboretum it had over 80 species of palm tree (amongst others) collected from all over the world. There were also Giant Tortosises (from the Seychelles). Next we went into Port Louis and went to Fort Adelaide (or the Citadel) built by the British to protect Port Louis after the French had been removed. Finally we went down to the waterfront and visited the shops - a smaller version of Cape Town's waterfront.
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... the trees everywhere along with their nests ; the ridiculously orange Madagascar & Mauritius fodies (new word for me), which, according to Barry Whittemore, are weavers ; the beautiful little barred ground doves on the beaches ; &, most beautiful of all, the red-whiskered bulbuls - they were common, one of the prettiest common birds I've ever seen, reminded me of waxwings & came down to the breakfast tables at the Hotel Emeraude at Belle Mare. ...
... and had some drinks. It was quite fun with everyone there. Once the time came, we all headed out to a local club where we heard was the place to be on Friday night. After locking up our house, our large mob headed towards the club. Once to the club we found out that it was about $10 to get in. My roommate, Brad, went in for free to take a look for us. He came back shacking his head, saying it’s really not ...
... worry too much or get very upset at least for a minute or two. They’re would be shootings in some parts of the US if people did that.
Still, it has taken so long to finalize lodging arrangements for the festival this year that Mauritius may not have any international visitors other than one elder and his family who we’ve asked to attend here. The local people very much appreciate visitors in Mauritius, and the island is a little paradise, so if ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center