Pereybere Hotel & Apartments
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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 ...
... didn't quite have their sea legs in check for the trip, but I thought they did ok, mostly. It was just unfortunate that where we anchored overnight happened to be quite rolly, at least they got a good taste for it. Port Douglas didn't have much to offer other than a fairly large beach, a good lookout point and some tourist shops. I was chuffed to finally see bottles of vinegar attached to signs warning of jellyfish stings, not that I had any intention of going swimming, but it ...
Day 2 and we are super chilled...its true that 2 days here is like a week of rest back home. We visited Grand Baie today and had the most amazing sea food lunch over looking a bay which I cannot liken to anything I've seen in SA, we had such a great driver who took us to all the must see places but as we got to the viewing point for the 5 Islands off Mauritius my trusty "mik'ndruk" said - thats ...all folks....so all ...
... of the week sailed by with a visit to my amazing meme (grannie) who at 92 is still going very strong. We decided to do the backpacker thing and take a bus ride to Quatre Bornes which, as fun and scenic as it was, ended up taking us 3x longer than it would have by bike hahaha! Still, a great experience! We had another scrumptious dinner this time at Laura and Ronald's house which ended in us all chatting till late in the night!
The weekend arrived and when ...
... Indian thali dishes, sewing thread), cybercafe (rare on the island - Alice sat in café outside while I interneted), Air Mauritius office (where we had enormous difficulty reconfirming our return flight - because our travel agent had written MK - Air Mauritius - instead of TC for Air Tanzania; in the end I reconfirmed over the phone with Air Tanzania after receiving an email - in the cybercafe in Flacq - from Gemini).
We stayed ...