Exotique Vacances Ltd
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Exotique Vacances Ltd Rose Hill
Travel Blogs from Rose Hill
... were walking along the beach also holding fire torches. These were local Sega dancers who came ashore to entertain the guests. The Sega has been for a long time identified to only one group 'The Creoles' and was considered a rough, vulgar dance; it was not danced by people of the Middle or high class of society, although people of these classes paid Sega dancers for a show. During slavery, the Sega was danced on Saturday nights or until dawn, perhaps for this reason ...
... Kilough and I were joking about an item in the news which reported that to combat the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, authorities were encouraging people not to eat the local bat soup specialty, since bats easily transmit blood-borne diseases. I assured Clyde that I always avoided bat soup, as well as porcupine, agouti (a sort of Rodent Of Unusual Size – though not as large as in the Princess Bride…) and other “bush meat” as it’s sometimes ...
It is always a pleasure to meet up with Philippe or Andre and their family. Today we had dim sum at Hongkong Palace with Philippe, Christine, Tracy and Ryan. The food was good but pretty much the same as dim sums in the US. The restaurant filled up very quickly but Philippe had made a reservation the day before so we got seated right away. After dim sum, we paid a visit to Daniel's brother who also lives ...
... and we met several couples on the crossing from the UK also staying at Long beach who we had not yet seen. We've been invited by the General Manager to a sundowner drink tomorrow and I am making a list of compliments for him. My only slight irritation here is travelling by taxi...little bit unnerving, while no one gets aggressive or drives recklessly, the roads along the coast are winding and narrow and taxi ...
... us for the students at the public beach. We swam some more before making our way back through the resort.
Mauritius has always been thought of as the spring break stop of the voyage, with booze cruises being the main attraction and our students have managed to acquire quite a reputation on the island. I was a little concerned about what we would see when we got back to the more populated area ...