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I left off on Monday. We had dinner at a place called Panou Panou on Monday night. I had octopus curry (cari ourites) and it was delicious. Darren had chicken creole style. Then he had a chocolate crepe and I had pineapple flambe. With two beers each and a coffee for Darren it came to 1000 rupies or $40. The only trouble was Darren had to have a …
... of the locals friendly and encountered no issues in my travels and the people from the north eg. Kenya, Uganda & Rwanda were just as friendly as those of Cape Town.
I enjoyed the Gecko trip from Durban to Cape Town with the local crew, but I preferred the Dragoman trip from Cape Town to Nairobi. The western crew where able to better relate and communicate with the passengers. The old Dragoman truck while on the last trip was still superior to the Gecko's truck. A ...
... than usual. I picked up my rental car called a Proton Kenari, a boxy ski-boot of a car I had never seen before. I asked the attendant who made it, and he replied in French "it’s Malaysian." Then he thought better of it and looked closely again “or Korean…” he guessed helpfully. If so, I hoped it was from South Korea. We’ll see what happens.
After the 40 minute drive to Quatre Bornes, I parked on the ...
... of the island. It was an hour and 20mins transfer to the north of the island. When we arrived there had been a mix up with our booking and there were no twin rooms available, so we ended up in a very small apartment with a double bed, a kitchen and a bathroom. It wasn't great but it would do. We started to unpack our rucksacks when there was a knock at the door. It was the rep for the apartments; he was upgrading us to the pent house up the stairs. ...
... time. The view on the bay is fantastic and the food is very creative and taste good. Le Coco beach all-inclusive package also offers a snack from 3 to 5 PM. They have nice crepes with marmalade, other cakes and other food. The rum liquor they offer is named Green Island, a local rum brand. It tastes good, especially the dark one. No surprise, considering the amount of sugar can plantations ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Constance Le Prince Maurice Poste De Flacq
We stayed at Le Prince Maurice for our honeymoon in October this year. We both felt like royalty most of the time which was quite an overwhelming experience. The hotel is clearly geared up to this kind of visitor and therefore most people have disappeared by 10pm.
Stayed at Prince Maurice last 2 weeks of Sept. and had agreat time but -
Lovely hotel, mind your belongings
We stayed here in May and allthough the weather wasn't that great our stay was fantastic. There is one but. An exceptionally large amount of money was stolen from our room. We did put it in the safe, but I think it was open one time when the cleaners came in and we went to sit on our terrace. Very dissappointed in how the hotel handled this situation. Everything else was superbe but do not expect any entertainment. After 10 p.m. everybody seems to have gone to bed. Very relaxing place to stay, but could have been even more relaxing if the beds weren't so incredibly uncomfortable.
Utterly superb hotel. Very low-key and quiet. Real get away from it all. If you like somewhere with a lot of buzz then go to Saint-Geran....it is a much busier hotel, whereas at Prince Maurice you can spend the whole day and only see a relatively small number of fellow guests, with the entertainment more likely to be a superb jazz band or pianist.
Food was fantastic and the restaurant expertly managed by Eric Van Hecke, recently joined from Alain Ducasse. Staff were well trained and very professional and overall I can't recommend it enough.
We stayed at the Prince Maurice in September 2004 for 2 weeks. We stayed in a Senior Suite and apart from the long flights it was one of the most memorable holidays that we have had.
We stayed at le prince maurice for our honeymoon in September 2004 for 2 weeks. What can i say, it is by far the best hotel i have ever stayed in and i cant imagine ever staying anywhere better. if you want to be spoilt to death then this is the place for you! there are a few downsides, but nothing that would put me off going back! these being:-
We have just returned from our wedding and honeymoon at the Prince Maurice. For us it was the perfect place to get married. The stafff were incredibly attentive and made the whole day so relaxed and enjoyable. Nothing was too much trouble and everything was organised with the minimum of fuss.
having our own hotel in portugal,we are very demanding,attentive to details.
for the first time, we had no critics!the prince maurice exeeded our expectations!
the location is stunning, the achitecture brillante and the service outstanding!
we obviously visited the hotels around and without any doubt the prince maurice is the place to stay!!many thanks to the GM Mr.Andrew Milton and his brilliant and friendly staff!!!