Bungalow

Address: Flic En Flac, Flic En Flac, --, Mauritius | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Flic En Flac, Flic En Flac, is near Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolan Botanic Garden, China Town, Blue Penny Museum, and Natural History Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Flic En Flac

Flic En Flac, Mauritius

A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jul 15, 2014

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... tall to go on the walk, luckily I'm 153 cm tall and had about 2 cm heels on my hiking boots. We also went to a place called The Curious Corner of Chamarel, where there are lots of illusions. I'll put some photos we took there on this post. It was so much fun. It would have been even better to do this with our kids, or some friends. It is something that you appreciate more sharing other peoples reactions to the illusions. We could have done it with the others while ...

Towering Giants

A travel blog entry by bernie_hongerlo on Oct 06, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... of throwing them indiscriminately – being a part of the solution instead of adding to the problem. They started to do just that from then on. I was proud of them.

Today is already Day Six of God’s marvelous Festival. Time flies. I hope you all have a very meaningful and rejuvenating Feast. Indeed it is a time to rededicate ourselves for the most important mission Christ had given us to usher with Him this dark, dark world into a marvelous peaceable ...

One last Capital city

A travel blog entry by carolineandnick on Aug 23, 2012

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... 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 ...

Entry 3

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

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... extinct, have formed this landscapr over millions of years. Water has carved cliffs and gorges. Even today Rainfall fro 1000mm in valley and 4000mm on mountain peaks determine what eill grow where.
While I was walking I swear I saw a fruit bat lazily flying above the rees but when I pointed it out it had gone, but I did see it. That is one of the main things to do in this National Park and that is to look out for birds or animals that live on the ground. Certain ...

Paradise

A travel blog entry by ericaleejohnson on Oct 14, 2010

16 photos

... and respect so very deeply) support me, wholeheartedly in my journey. Even with such a seemingly crazy decision like shaving my head. My guilt turned to a new sense of empowerment. A type of empowerment that I couldn’t give myself, but was sent over from all the way across the world.... I love you all. So very much. It is so very humbling to think that you, yes YOU could find the time in your busy life to read about my journey ...

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