Beachcomber Trou Aux Biches Resort & Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... We were just uploading data to the cloud when we realised how the bandwidth was reduced by our neighbours Skype call to China.' Eh!!! None of this would have meant anything to anyone twenty years ago but today most would react, "Oh I know. How frustrating to have to cope with slow wifi." The pace of change is ever accelerating and those that can't or won't keep up get left behind and left out. If you make a deliberate choice not to take part in ...
... if gauche and ugly, emblem of Mauritius that is sadly no longer on the menu. It's name is said to stem from the early visitors asking, "What is this meat that we are eating?" Having no natural predators it had no fear and approached humans, almost asking to be thwacked. The second mistake that it made was by accidentally tasting really good. Evidently, a bit like chicken, but that tends to be the avian default until you try seagull or vulture. It is illegal to thwack ...
... The scenery then changed to be more mountainous and it wasn't too long before we saw the beautiful blue ocean come into view. As we drove through the gates of the hotel, palm trees swayed and beautiful exotic plants lined the picturesque drive. We were escorted to the bar area overlooking one of the 3 bays in this beautiful location. Ice cold towels cooled us down and waiters served cocktails and greeted us with a smile ...
This morning we arrived in Port St Louis in Mauritius at 0530, and yes we were awake, the tone of the engines changes significantly when the ship docs so that even if it is dark and you are asleep you sense that something different is happening. QM2's engines are capable of rotating through 90 degrees and pulling the ship sideways so allowing it to dock without the use of tugs. The services of a pilot are still required to help the ship into the harbour without incident ...
... way which was quite worrying. I couldn't help falling asleep and Glyn enjoyed the sights of Mauritius. Apparently I missed out! Just over an hour later we arrived in sunny paradise cove hotel and spa. As soon as we got out if the car we felt the humidity. A very nice lady welcomed and congratulated us, told us to leave our suitcases and took us through to the lounge. On the way we met the manager who greeted us and was very ...