Hennessy Park Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHennessy Park Hotel Ebene
Restaurants menu is a little to be desired. And service levels have dropped since I was last there. But over all a nice hotel. Not too much to do close to the hotel.
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... an expertise and promote the image of the Maurice island .
"The road of tea" offers you a trip in 3 steps where you : Discover the history of the island and its people, traditions and the flavours of the local terroir. Visit colonial houses period and their gardens, discover the distillation processes of rum and essential oils, the know-how of the cultivation of tea and other local sights.
... of the vendors looking for my usual five post cards that I buy in every country and for little Mauritius specific gifts. I ended up settling on two wooden "magic boxes" that are magical in the sense that they have a special way to open. We got back on the bus and headed to the ship. We got through security quickly and headed up to the pool deck for the barbeque dinner. On our way to dinner I “killed” Melissa ...
... We don't have a house number. The postman just knows where everybody is living I think?
- Our house calls Casa Nort. Because we life in the north of Mauritius. But also we all come from the north of Europe (Germany, Denmark, Holland).
- My parents have since Monday the key from there new house. So from 1 November my parents house will be in De Bilt. So goodbye Zeist.
- You can stay for free with my! So when do you come to Mauritius;)
... countries and different cultures have different thinking and ideologies. I was so wrong. We spoke about issues at the same level, most of us shared the same intellect, and conversing with them came to me as easily as it would with my friends back home. No one was superior, no one was inferior. The French girl wasn't rude and the Chinese weren't cold. The American didn't think the world of himself or his country. Our house started looking like a world class ...
Today we all met once again to observe one of the biblically mandated annual high days. Since our discussions the evening before had gone rather late, we met in the early afternoon. It was a beautiful day: deep blue sky, and bright white clouds above the lush green fields of sugarcane that surround the Prodigues' home.
We sang hymns together and I gave a sermon on the topic of various dimensions to the annual biblical festivals which ...