Pereybere Hotel & Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPereybere Hotel & Apartments
The staff were extremely helpful.
The rooms were clean and nice, had tea/coffee making facilities but no tea/coffee.
The meals in local restaurant was quite good
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Before our trip we had never heard of Mauritius, a small island approximately 700 miles east of Madagascar. We scheduled a 3 day stop at this tiny island mainly to break up what would have been a 13 hour flight from Singapore to South Africa. We didn't know what to expect from this former French colony but the island totally blew us away with its beauty. It is a popular destination for ...
Day 4 It's another magnificent day here at Long Beach, we spent the morning lying at the beach under a thatch umbrella - I enjoyed my ususal earl grey and Chris has his first strawberry milkshake of the holiday...I believe we've found our pace. After lunch we sauntered down to the boat house to enquire about parasailing and before we knew where we were we had been ...
... a bit and ended again at the Italian (it is going to be a kind of tradition I think.)
This week was the most terrible week in Mauritius it was a kind of rollercoaster of emotions. Because of a communication mistake. Lara and I received a email than GBLC will be open on the 31th of December in stand of (24 of October). I was in shock and panic because of my internship. After sending a email back about that my internship really need to change and we need ...
The one day in Mauritius was popping.
I went to the beach which is gorgeous, you can actually see through the water and look at what you are stepping on.
I went para sailing! I have a lot of pictures and video. I gotta go chao!
... of the island. We visited Bois Cheri, the Mauritian tea factory. It was really interesting to see how the tea is made from the leaves and what happened to it. After we visited the factory and saw the production of the tea bags, we went up to the restaurant and tasted some of the teas that they made. We went from one extreme to another - wine tasting in Cape Town to tea tasting in Mauritius. We saw more of the other side of the island today and went ...