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

Island of Mauritius

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on May 18, 2013

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... explore on my own a bit and try to meet other travelers. He would also lock up the main apartment gate at night and turn off all the lights at 9 pm or earlier before he left to go home. It made me feel trapped. I couldn't walk into town at night because it was fairly far and dangerous. He did drop me off in town one night while he and his wife went to dinner. I went to a seemingly festive local bar with an outdoor courtyard decorated with a hip island style vibe though I was only one ...

Sand and Salt Water

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on May 02, 2013

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We went down slowly to the wreck. Since I am Open Water certified, I was only allowed to go 18meters. The bottom floor is 25meters. Tell me that I couldn’t go further than a specific point, was like telling a 3 year old she can’t go on specific roller coasters at Disneyland because she is too short. It was torture and I wanted to argue with him that it was ok. But arguing is a little difficult underwater and I couldn’t exactly say, ...

Exploring the scenic south

A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 13, 2013

... was quite misty. Good to see, but a shame we couldn't enjoy the view more. next we went to a Hindu temple which was very interesting but the weather has got very misty. We were told about all the different Hindu gods. Including the fertility one, and even went in the temple which we had to take our shoes off for. As we were leaving it started to brighten up DJ we could see the enormous status outside the temple much more clearly. The next stop was ?? Which ...

Entry 6

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

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... Butterfly fish, Juvenille Sailfin Tangs, as well as tiny Pipefish and Large Trumpet fish.
We swam with the fish for a few hours but when it became harder to see and the water grew cold, it was time to go. We got out and dryed off and caught a boat back to shore. We took one last look at the amazing bay before we drove back to our hotel. We were so tired but what an amzing experience we had! A memory to keep ...


A travel blog entry by ericaleejohnson on Oct 14, 2010

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10/14/10 – Day 1
During the Mauritius Pre port meeting, they basically told us to relax on this tropical paradise and treat it like a vacation. This was surprising, but excellent news as we were in the thick of midterms. And after I experienced such intense food poisoning for the past 4 days, and seeing how ports are really the only time have days off, it would honestly be nice to have a good solid stress free break in such ...

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