TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Merville Grand Baie
Travel Blogs from Grand Baie
... next day I rented one for ~$15/day and it was so worth it. I finally felt free. Rajen even gave me the key to the gate so I could finally come and go as I pleased. I had never rented a scooter before but always wanted to. It was a bit scary getting used to it at first then eventually I got a bit too cocky. I was already used to driving on the opposite side of the road so that wasn't too much of a problem. Wearing a tank top, skirt and flip flops with the wind in my face and ...
... Anil pointed at me then himself and put two hands together as if to signal sleep. I shook my head. He did it again.
Dude. I understood you the first time. There is only one man in this world I want to take a nap with right now and you-are-not-him.
I shook my head again. In case you are wondering, getting hit on underwater and in sign language is no less awkward than above ground….although it was more amusing.
Coral was on two sides with ...
... beach spot carefully or we would be swept away. We hired our a pedalo for a little bit of exercise.
10/8/11 Beach in am then the glass bottomed boat in the afternoon - we saw a turtle! Met Trevor and Sue who were at the beach wedding the other day. He is an Evertonian!
11/8/11 Sunbathed in morning although clouds. In the afternoon we took the bus to Goodlands for a KFC then a taxi took us to horseriding at Forbach. We had a ...
... league over here despite majority people speak French. Football is indeed the universal language - we kept talking about it from Premier League to the World Cup.
Tourists coming this island are mainly French, German and Italian apparently followed by Brits, Spanish and many others.
There is only one motor way on the island and young Jeff kept taking over loads of vehicles despite he was driving a mini bus, without worrying about the speed ...