Pereybere Hotel & Apartments
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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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... and became extinct quite some time ago, it’s no surprise to hear about the tortoises demise on Mauritius.
We left the coloured sands area and then retraced our drive passing several Princess buses on the way – the sorriest bunch of people I’ve ever seen on tour – someone was actually sleeping in the front seat of the bus !!
We waved to them – they ignored us … ...
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 ...
... that easily - her flight was cancelled.
This left me with one last stop - Darwin. One of the warmest places in the country, a struggle to adapt to after the relatively mild temperatures of Queensland and New South Wales. On returning to the boat, armed with a hat-full of stories and memories, I had a few days to reacquaint myself with life on board before saying good-bye to Australia, casting off and setting sail across the Indian Ocean for the remote islands of Cocos Keeling.
... car. He appeared to scold Patrick a little in Kinyarwanda. Then he turned to me and said in English “Sorry, this is a day when everyone must work….” I smiled and spoke with a firm voice: “We belong to a seventh-day-Sabbath keeping church, and we are going to a service.” He hesitated only briefly and said “Since you have explained this, you may continue.” We continued.
Finally arriving at 9:15, a quarter hour late, we ...