Pereybere Hotel & Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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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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I've been lazy this past week and haven't updated the blog, partly because there really isn't a lot to do here but mostly because I've been sat on a beach. The first day involved a trip into the centre of the capital (port louis) to start the process of becoming a Mauritian citizen. Since my dad is one I qualify for ...
... is plenty to do and see. We took a day trip to Gabriel Island which is a 90 minute boat ride from the northern tip of Mauritius. The island is uninhabited and has some amazing coral. Our boat docked there for the day and we were able to go snorkeling. The water in the Indian Ocean is stunning; it's warm, calm and amazingly clear.
On our last day we took a speedboat to a cove on ...
... he visits dad at his shop. We had dinner at Canton Restaurant and dad invited him. The food was really good especially the fried noodles! And we were all hungry by the time the food was delivered. After dinner, we went to Le Caudan for a nice walk. There was live music. Not many people around for a Friday night! We will have to go again during the ...
... my credit for my phone. I could not read the numbers correctly, because I scratch it with a scissor.., and I tried it so many times that without a warning it block my sim card.. So I couldn't text or called with anyone.
- We were ripped of in the bus when we came back from Balaclava. They didnt give a receipt. So this the only and last time that, that happened.
- The salary is low in Mauritius. Bus drivers get 10.000 rupees each month (that is around 250 euro). ...
... 04:30. We deplaned and walked across the tarmac in the pleasantly cool night air to the terminal. I trudged up to the Kenya Airways lounge where I waited and finally had a little breakfast before going to the departure lounge for the 08:20 flight to Antananarivo, Madagascar. We had an interesting experience during the boarding process. At boarding time the agent walked us down to the tarmac and over the marked pedestrian walkway to one ond of the terminal area ...