Casa Florida Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is plenty to do and see. We took a day trip to Gabriel Island which is a 90 minute boat ride from the northern tip of Mauritius. The island is uninhabited and has some amazing coral. Our boat docked there for the day and we were able to go snorkeling. The water in the Indian Ocean is stunning; it's warm, calm and amazingly clear.
On our last day we took a speedboat to a cove on ...
Bonjur from Port Louis in Mauritius,
Call me Nemo because I am a total fishy. Today I went snorkeling and I was literally swimming in the middle of huge schools of fish, it was awesome! I also saw a bunch of whales that were only about fifteen feet away from the catamaran I was sailing on. The whales were breaching and blowing and flipping their tails out of the water. The crew on the catamaran was a lot of fun. ...
... bike and where I live.. it is here like a ''dorp'' they know everbody and know a lot about you without knowing you.. I don't really like that..
- The boys are not stalked by girls from Mauritius. So I am jealous.
- It is very normally that in the company that the shout to each other. Deborah have been shouted out by her boss because she was asking if he could buy new cleaning stuff because it was empty..ridiculous.. Also the women from super U have been ...
... One just needs to keep to the edge of the lane and breathe in when a bus or truck comes by.
I found a small public beach off the road somewhat, with just the sound of music in the distant and the sea with a magnificent ocean vista it was a nice place to read my book. When I returned later in the afternoon on my way back, lots of locals had come out. Some were celebrating, dancing and playing music (drums), others a picnic under the ...
... of living reef (sadly, it seems like nowadays much of the reefs are dead). Oh yes, and the other cool thing was that it was just us on the boat! Quite different from other places where you are out with a dozen or so other people.
On our second day we learned that the town we stayed in, Mahebourg, had its market day and that it was the largest market on the island. We were a little disappointed, though, as it was mostly low ...