Emeraude Beach Attitude
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- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Belle Mare
... time to sit on the balcony and think. Small boats of fisherfolk, for which the town is known, were heading out to start their workday.
At 9:30 I started toward the Prodigue’s home. Since I don’t know Mahébourg very well yet, I made a few wrong turns, saw some beautiful coastal scenery, and lost a few minutes. I finally arrived at their home about 10:15, in time to start our service at 10:30. We were five: three ladies and ...
We spent the day in Port Louis again but this time we had some serious business to take care of and I am happy to say 'mission accomplished' or at least almost. We need to finalize next week. We also got new identity cards issued at the cost of Rs100. Not without running around first! We also went to the market - bazar Port Louis and bought a ...
... could be offered as lodging to visitors from abroad. These two are a little more expensive that the first one we saw, but are located right on the beach “les pieds dans l’eau” as the French like to say; “your feet in the water.” One of them also had several conference rooms, which we visited. As a manager prepared to take us around, Jocelyn whispered to me in French, “speak English with him – that always ...
... traveler mountain man look but nobody, least of all me, seems to care. It’s fun.
There is a gigantic breakfast buffet and many tours offered but, for me, today is a day to rest and enjoy the beach and the pools and my balcony. I’m going to finish my book before getting back to Kansas City but, at 1166 pages, I need to get moving. The busy schedule I’ve kept up to now has kept me out of the pages and the hectic days have found me falling ...
... end. I wondered briefly what those folks thought and did once they were down in the abyss. Did they change their minds?
Back in the car, we continued down the coast, finally arriving at Saint Pierre, the second largest city on Reunion. It has a pleasure port, though not many boats were coming and going. The sea was flecked with large whitecaps and there was a stiff wind blowing; it didn’t seem like the best day to be out, except perhaps for ...