Beachcomber Le Canonnier Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... ever seen before, such a unique color. It's hard to say if it's the most beautiful water I have ever seen, but if it's not it's very close.
At one point a car with surfboards on the roof came up behind me. I slowed down a bit to let them pass me and then followed them to a spot called Le Mourne. Le Mourne I would find out later is one of the best surf spots on the island. It is also one of the most famous areas in the world for kite surfing. ...
... hairpin curve Maconde we had a stop on a nice place with a banana trees and a rivier. Furthermore we went to a view point to see Tamarin falls from far away. Lara and I are going to walk there next week. Then we went to a place where the make salt. We ended this nice trip at Pointe aux Caves where a nice lighthouse was. The guy there was really nice and show us around and let us put the light on, it was really cool with a magnific view around the ...
... we find the shop finally and it was closed.. But we called the organisation and arranged the tickets. After that we went to Santa Croix a pilgrimage but that was not really interesting. In the evening we went out and on Sunday I had a sleep in because in the afternoon we had a promoting from Riverland at GBLC. During that week was like the weeks before working at home.
The next Saturday Patrick and I wanted to go to Ile aux cerfs but it rained pretty ...
... But the mountain that Martin had search out was not possible to climb on. So when we stranded in Port Louis we meet up Kristin and Patrick who where also in Port Louis. Together we saw ''china town'' was just a street and not really a lot to see..That day was a rainy day. We went to really nice view where we could see the hole city. After that I went with Martin and Lara to the horse racing. In Australia I only saw it on the screen where I was working (during ...
... wares and bargained for better deals. Lines formed before food stalls selling fried foods and sweets. It’s crowded with people, unusual sites and permeating smells.
I spent much of the day working in my room, but took time to walk through the congested market as well. The mix of races is very striking in Mauritius. The island was uninhabited when the first Europeans discovered it. So the population is made up of fairly ...