Travel Blogs from Le Morne
I hear my phone ring. It is 3.30am. I fear the worst. I answer it but I can't hear the person at the other end and I suspect that they can't hear me. The call cuts off. There is no caller ID, so I have no idea who it was. Now I am really worried. A few minutes later a voice message comes through. It was someone from my work wanting to chat. I am relieved. I think that I should wait until it is 3.30am in Melbourne and then ring ...
... I don't think Issy would be too pleased with me if I fell off a cliff a couple of days before we got home.
Yan says that in a few minutes we will start to go down. He says that before we do this he will give us some tips on how to do this safely. We were all saying to each other most of the way up that we thought that coming down would be hard. He says that when we are going down the steep rocks we need to mostly face away from the rocks and keep our ...
... under an umbrella. It is still sunny, but clouds are starting to build up, and I think it is raining not too far away along the coast. The model in the pink bikini that we saw at breakfast is lying on a sun lounge next to us. There is a man lying on the sun lounge next to her. He is roughly twice her age. I thought that he might have been a professional photographer. I now think that they may actually have a slightly different relationship. I think he ...
... to dinner here wearing any old long pants and shoes that they can lay their hands on, just so they comply with the dress code. I'm sure that a lot of them would look much better if they wore some good shorts and sandals. Issy thinks that I have a bee in my bonnet about the dress code. She is right. I do. This is a beach hotel on a tropical island out in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Who cares what people wear? I think they should be able to wear whatever they want to ...
... beach in front of us is spectacular. We try to book at the hotel's Italian restaurant for dinner. It is booked out, so we book for the buffet restaurant instead. We pig out at the buffet. There is food of every description, and you can eat as much of it as you like. This is my sort of restaurant, even if you do have to wear shoes and long pants. I see a boy who is about ten years old on the next table wearing shorts. I ask Issy what the age limit ...
Other places to stay in Le Morne
Pointe Sud Ouest Le Morne 1 Le Morne Road, Le Morne | 4 star hotelfrom $145
- Indian Resort and Spa Mauritius
- Honeymoon Paradise!
- Super Urlaub!
\N, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $369
Le Morne Peninsula, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $270
Coastal Road, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $253
Casa Noyale, Le Morne | 3 star hotelfrom $280
Le Morne | 4 star hotelfrom $248