Emeraude Beach Attitude

Address: Royal Road, Belle Mare, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Royal Road, Belle Mare.
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Travel Blogs from Belle Mare

Exploring the scenic south

A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 13, 2013

We had a very early start with the coach collecting us at 7.55am. We found out it was so early as we seem to be the furthest hotel to get to and we had 2 more hotel pick ups in the way to the south. As soon as we got on the coach the tour guide checked we had umbrellas as a class 1 cyclone alert was in force. No wonder its been so windy! We had a very good guide who didn't stop talking but she certainly knew her stuff. We were with 2 other couples, one ...

Travel day to Mauritius

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 05, 2012


... from the airport to inform them of the situation, but had no cell phone signal and there were no other phones available. We finally boarded the 737, fully packed – no empty seats – and we took off for Reunion Island about 2 hours distant. I was seated next to a young Mauritian business woman of Indian descent, a regional manager for Nestle, who was eager to talk to pass the time. She travels widely in Africa so we talked about various ...

Aaannddd BEACH!!

A travel blog entry by alyssa.m.rayne on Oct 15, 2010

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... I chose the water taxi, almost every time; if it had been every time I would not have been able to describe the walk with such accurate detail, and wouldn’t that be a shame, I try to take one for the team every now and then to keep this thing interesting, you’re welcome). So, back to the first day, we checked out the waterfront, bought postcards and stamps, then took a taxi (that was terribly overpriced but was our only option at the ...

Cut off their hands

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Mar 03, 2009

... nurse practitioner was also on this voyage. When Mrs. Andrews was leaving the ship to go to the post office she was struck by a car and received massive brain injuries. The streets of Chennai are extremely busy and despite the fact that Mrs. Andrews looked both ways before crossing she was hit by a taxi. She later on died in the hospital in India and the nurse practitioner stayed behind with her ...

Open Heart!!

A travel blog entry by b.herring on Jun 18, 2008

After a good nights sleep we headed in via a new petrol station we decided to try which was a good decision as they cleaned our front and back windscreens while they filled up the car! We went in today with the intent of seeing some open heart surgery. It started out as being a bit of a palava. We first went to the operating theatre where there were a couple of staff outside who said thats no problem go and get changed and ...