Pereybere Hotel & Apartments
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My first impression of Mauritians is a very friendly people of primarily Indian descent with heavy French influence. It seems every good beach now has a resort in the prime location.
I choose to stay in a former small fishing village of Pereybere (pronounced "Perry-Bear") across the road from a public beach. The beach is small, nothing to …
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 ...
... of many islands; major ones being the island of Rodrigues, the Agalega islands and the Cargados Carajos ShoalsThe Island where the National Animal is the Dodo bird :-)
We are sailing tonight to Pointe des Galtes, ...
... terminology - beginner here - but I tell you, the surf was fantastic on Dal on Sunday! A few biggies did mess with my skills but mostly the ends of the waves were perfect for me to have a go on :)
After the surf at one eye, we went with Lauras brothers to another spot accessible by boat where I ended up just chilling on the boat instead of having a go due to wave size and a bit of a current. I was more than happy to spend my time watching the others, taking ...
... in blue jeans, others in track suits, and others in very short shorts. All that is to be found on one rather small island. It’s hard for me to think of a place to compare to the concentrated mix of peoples here in Mauritius; it seems to me unique.
It was interesting in the midst of the religious cacophony of the day to know we would commemorate the New Testament Passover in the evening. The quiet simplicity of the ceremony ...
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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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