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... morning it was possible to see sand in the water stirred up by the ships propellers, making us wonder if this dock was perhaps less deep than some of the others we have visited.
The Island of Mauritius , home of the Dodo, was first discovered by the Portuguese in the 1500s and subsequently colonised by the Dutch, French, and finally the British (1814), gaining independence from us all in 1968. 70% of the population are Indian (3 different religions) and about ...
... the Church Hall. Something to keep in mind if you plan to go abroad next year for the Feast!
Getting sleepy. Maybe it’s a good sign. Reaching the number of nights it usually takes me to get over jetlag. I barely slept last night again and feel a bit drowsy. There is a lot of joy in our small group her in Mauritius. More than before. It is exciting and encouraging to witness. Hope you’re having a Great Feast. “À demain ...
... asked for natural green tea, but it looked a bit dark to me, and I think the young server misunderstood my non-creole accent and brought me decaf coffee. It didn't matter. It didn’t affect my ticker, so I'm sure there was no caffeine in it. At this stage, I started to feel more relaxed, after the stress of the last few days (I’m sure nobody knows what I’m talking about!) It always takes us some time to unwind, ...
... we were greeted by a friendly crew that had prepared us a full breakfast with fresh local juices. Shortly after, we set sail. For the majority of the day, I literally sat my chubby ass on the edge of the catamaran, took in the blazing sun, and enjoyed several delicious beverages. Yes, the catamaran had an open bar filled with all you can drink Phoenix beer, red and white wine, and rum. The Rum and Coke on this catamaran was delicious, especially because both were local ...
... we got an e-mail from the company saying that they have moved us to a beachfront house. We didn’t know what to expect from this.
Upon our arrival to Mauritius, I could sense that there was an adventure waiting to happen. With our beachfront house we also got a personal shuttle from our ship to our house. One problem that my roommate and I experienced the first day was having no clothes to wear. Out of ...
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Flic en Flac, Flic En Flac | 5 star hotelfrom $249
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Wolmar, Flic En Flac | 4 star hotelfrom $292
- Perfect place to celebrate our silver wedding!
- The Perfect Honeymoon
- Bel servizio, ma il mare...
Wolmar, Flic En Flac | 4 star hotelfrom $440
- Good - but others in Mauritius much better
- Fab food and very relaxing
- Great hotel but spa treatments-A BIG LET DOWN
Wolmar, Flic En Flac | 3 star hotelfrom $157
Flic En Flac | 3 star hotelfrom $153
National Road, Flic En Flac | 3 star hotelfrom $186
Flic En Flac | 2 star hotelfrom $81
Coastal Road, Flic En Flac | 2 star hotelfrom $116
Royal Road, Flic En Flac | Hotelfrom $146
Royal Road, Flic En Flac | 3 star hotelfrom $114