Doudou Des Iles B&B

Address: 242 Avenue SeaRock View, Flic En Flac, ., Mauritius | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 242 Avenue SeaRock View, Flic En Flac, is near Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolan Botanic Garden, China Town, Blue Penny Museum, and Natural History Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Flic En Flac

Mauritius Part 2………..

A travel blog entry by gregj on Sep 28, 2014

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... that jumped, thumped and played in the bow wave.
Showing no sign of leaving us, we turned around and the dolphins followed for
about an hour. Eventually they decided they had better things to do and they
went out to sea while we went inshore to the Anglers club. A quiet dinner at the La Pirogue and a soundnight sleep all around. It is amazing how tiring doing nothing except eating
and drinking in the sun can be!
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Towering Giants

A travel blog entry by bernie_hongerlo on Oct 06, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... to “Nebuchadnezzar’s image” as I like to call it, at the “Grand Bassin”. That 108 feet tall bronze statue of the Hindu goddess Shiva is visible from miles and is called the Mangal Mahadev. It is next to a Hindu temple complex where one can see a number of Hindu divinities like the monkey god, the elephant god, and several real life grey monkeys “going bananas”..

After our visit in those lush and beautiful ...

How Good and How Pleasant...

A travel blog entry by bernie_hongerlo on Sep 30, 2012

1 comment, 2 photos

... br>
Shortly after, as the sun started to set on the horizon, I relaxed for a while, until dark, admiring our Great God’s awesome creation. Then I proceeded to have dinner – an experience which was to last about 3 hours… The notion of time over here differs from ours in the West. But that’s another story, it is getting late, and I’m going. I wish you all a good day, or a good night, depending where you ...

Arrival in Mauritius

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Sep 08, 2012

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... tea in South Africa where it was developed by Afrikaners long ago from local plants. It’s hard to find outside of South Africa, but not here in Mauritius, so I often replenish our home supply when I come through.

I then walked down the street to the Happy Rajah, a good Indian restaurant in Quatre Bornes, where, since I wasn’t too hungry, I had a biryani and a Phoenix, the most popular local beer. I will make an early night of it and try to catch up on my ...

Delicious Mauritius (2)

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

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... here when it is spoken fast.

They also speak French (all the newspapers are written in French; films at the cinema are dubbed in French; TV programmes are in French) & English. Indian languages are also spoken.

English is the official language, although nobody we met spoke it by choice. Apparently, all legal documents are in English; but they have to be translated into French so that people can understand them ...

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