Cloudbreak Bungalows

Royal Road-Black River, Le Morne, 1000, Mauritius | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Royal Road-Black River, Le Morne.
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Travel Blogs from Le Morne

Trip to and Arrival in Mauritius

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 04, 2014

15 comments, 3 photos

... her seat, I could easily have given her a scalp massage….

The passengers were a mix of Mauritians heading home, and tourists heading for vacation. There were French people in front, behind and to the left of me, and a German family on the right. I also heard several varieties of English accents, some Italian, and a Slavic language I didn’t recognize.

As soon as we took off, I dropped off to sleep, awakening about an hour later or so when ...

Journey In Mauritius 3

A travel blog entry by curry_g on Sep 01, 2013

2 photos

... is a small island because it only covers about 2 046 square kilometres. Apparently Mauritius was made by a volcanic eruption. This created a 671 metre high plateau. Mauritius is a great place to visit. It gives in depth, a glimpse of what the world would be if there were no racism. It gives a wonderful sense of happiness towards others. Above all it shows through it's food, languages, festivals and religions that we can all UNITE AS ...

A very long day (and night)

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 31, 2013

7 comments, 6 photos

... so I was able to get online for a few minutes before embarking. The flight to Nairobi lasted a little more than an hour.

In Nairobi, I had a three hour layover. I found a comfortable chair in the Kenya Airways lounge and dozed off and on for a couple of hours. As usual in Nairobi, the boarding process was barely-organized chaos. They really need a new and larger terminal for the amount of traffic they have coming through. I was happy to see that they are ...

Entry 7

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 28, 2011

1 comment, 1 photo

... or la Citadelle, built by the British in 1835. This dominates the city and from there one has the view of most of the architecture in Port Louis. Port Louis is surrounded by mountain ranges called the Port Louis Moka range. Among the most famous are the Le Pource and Pietre, both which stand about 800 metres above sea level! As we drove around observing the architecture, we came across the Champ de Mars, which is the oldest racehorse course in ...

Karma and Chocolate Sushi

A travel blog entry by abmorrison on Oct 15, 2010

14 photos

... to be supportive of the servers as it was clear that they were understaffed and unprepared for the influx of wild college students. After most of the other SAS students had finished their meals and headed to the bar, our server came and brought our whole table free Mauritian Magics (a popular cocktail in Mauritius)! We were excited and decided we would look at the dessert menu. The manager then came over and offered us all free dessert!! YUM! We ordered 3 different desserts! We ...

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