Beachcomber Le Mauricia Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... more time in the south of the island, so I thought I’d look for something suitable here. I found a hotel online which I asked Jocelyn to check out for me. He suggested another one for the same price that had a slightly better location and also some parking. I asked him to reserve it. So as I drove in, after looking around and asking directions, I found the Coco Villa, courtyard hotel which looks to have a dozen or 15 rooms. It was only 7:00 am when I arrived, but I ...
... by liberal European women who prefer to avoid tan lines. All this lying around inspired us to actually do some activities so we hit the water for some sea kayaking to work up a thirst. After some paddling we jumped out for another quick swim at the pool and a few cocktails before dinner. We were going to jump in the car and eat in town but after driving through the manic capital earlier in the day we decided to eat ...
... as possible.
The puppy would periodically come and attack me with puppy bites. I had to get firm a few times with “no” and give him sticks instead.
Near sunset, I hurried back to my room to change. I wanted to capture the sunset with my handy dandy GoPro so I could post it and have people say that they saw a Mauritian sunset. I wanted to put on one of my new dresses and go to the nice hotel for drink. I wanted to write and take in as much as ...
... the only one in the place. The waiter was nice. He told me I had just missed the sunset. I asked him what I wanted. Mojito and shrimp curry, Mauritian style. The mojito was a sip of heaven. Perfect. The curry was ok. Again, I think BAF or Indian food has stolen my taste buds.
After I finished, I came back to the hotel, zoned out to a movie, and fell asleep.
The next morning, I walked to the Dive Center. I filled out the required paperwork and hoped in their ...
... I could tell was an experience that was lived rather than idealized. We attended the Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival, and I believe that our entire group of 10 agreed that it was one of the most culturally rich experiences they had ever seen. Yes, I think that I could live in Swaziland.
This is just a taste of the places that I have been fortunate enough to see and I cannot wait to continue my journey of exploration. Lucky is not even the word.