Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita
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... Everywhere I looked I saw mountains, hills, buildings, and a beautiful coastline. By this point in the day, the rain had stopped and the sun was trying its best to peek through the clouds.
After seeing a little more of what Port Louis had to offer, Sakish took us to Curepipe which is almost in the center of the island. This small city has a true island feel. It was interesting to see this tiny town in the middle of sugarcane fields. 70% of the ...
Wednesday is sadly the last day of Anna being here which is a bummer as she was part of the furniture! The day started with a trip to the hospital. Today was ward round as i had been told it would be everyday! The doctor was as ever late - an hour late which was a bad start. To add on top of that he mumbled english the whole time so it was hard to pick up everything he was saying! Luckily though it was English, all of the med ward rounds are in English ...
... best alternative, a 3 course buffet for 250 rupees, not great but cheap and left us with money for cocktails. I had earlier spotted this bar was showing Liverpool vs Fulham and managed to persuade Jonna that drinking there would be a great idea! Today we did a grand trip of Mauritius to visit all the relatives we could in a day, a highlight was finally getting ...
... really had to rethink, as this would have to be close to the best beach of all three islands. Then came our great snorkel near La Reserve. Therefore, we'd say that Praslin's highlights were harder to find, but were definitely there. Re coral on reefs: As far as we could ascertain, almost all the coral in the Seychelles appears to have been killed in one El Nino event about 1998. We first became aware of this when we went to ...