Colonial Coconut

Address: Pointe Malartic, Grand Baie, Mauritius | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Pointe Malartic, Grand Baie.
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Travel Blogs from Grand Baie

En Route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Mar 27, 2014

... Captain Phillips is on at the cinema tonight it's safe to show it again now that we are clear of the high risk area. Lots if people are going to see it today as they missed it before. At least they won't be frightened by it now (not that I was worried at all). The show tonight was a double bill the duo Soul Connections and Andre the magician/comedian. Both acts were ok, can't rave about them, just ok. Anyway early night, need to set the alarm for the early start. ...

Island of Mauritius

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on May 18, 2013

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... my iPhone was working even though my service wasn't activated so I stopped fairly often to ensure I was going the right way. I did have to backtrack a few times but nothing major. At one point I was on the side of the freeway in the rain (still) battling traffic and splashes of mud in my face. I had to wear my sunglasses to ensure no objects hit my eyes, but it made visibility a bit darker considering it was already a cloudy day. On top of that, my rain jacket was somehow creating ...

Time to leave

A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 18, 2013

... Our flight was at 10pm so had a bit of hanging around to do but it wasn't too bad. Boarding the plane was a bit if a shambles so the flight didn't set off until 10.40 and we seemed to be surrounded by even more children than in the flight out. Had our meal and the lights went out at about 12.30 which made it much easier to sleep. Flight landed in time at 7.30am to a dreary looking London, bags collected, taxi booked and back to ...

Entry 4

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

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... types of lotuses amongst them the Giant Amazonian water lilly for which this garden is famous for.This Botancal Garden is called the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical garden Garden formely known as The Royal Botanical Garden, Pamplemousse. It covers about 37 hectares but it felt like 500 when I was walking around it. On this site it is found that Mahé de labourdonnais, the fmaous french Governor who once lived in the Mon ...


A travel blog entry by ericaleejohnson on Oct 14, 2010

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... sent us on our way and we hailed a taxi and off we were. After about 30 minutes, our cabs approached two elaborately decorated automatic protected gates. The driver had a few words with the guard including the word “Americans” and the guard wiped his suspicious look away, smiled, and welcomed us in.
The grand gates opened to a beautiful winding road wonderfully accompanied by a wide array of exotic plants and trees. ...

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