Travel Blogs from Le Morne
... The girls danced a little while the men discussed local political issues. No matter what language you speak, you can always tell when someone is talking politics. We had aimed to retire early but in our typical style this didn't happen and after minimal sleep we were on our way to the airport to catch our flight to Paris. Happy birthday ...
... break and it is heavily guarded by a very tight nit group of locals that are referred to as the white shorts. Mauritius is known for being an extremely localized place to try and surf. I have surfed many places before with similar reputations and have never had any problems. I would learn quickly though that the rumors of localism around Mauritius were unfortunately very true.
I rented a car from the airport. I had a week to see Mauritius ...
... getting a new birth certificate extract! After that, we shopped a little around, bought cakes from Patisserie Etoile, dhol puris, had lunch at Cafe Shanghai. We ate niouk yens and sao mais and wantons! Their food is still pretty good! Port Louis is still the same, buzzing with activity and noise! Spend a day in Port Louis and you'll sweat like crazy even in winter and feel exhausted by the end of the day! I was glad when dad closed the shop and we headed ...
Hi everyone! It's been a while since I last wrote you. As soon as we left Cape Town, I was swamped with midterm papers and exams. I also got a sty in my eye…from sleep deprivation, the ship doctor thinks. It was nothing serious…it’s when the glands on the inside of your eyelid get clogged so it gets swollen and red. So, I just had to catch up on sleep and put a warm washcloth over it. Its gone now (it took about 3 days) and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Indian Resort Le Morne
We stayed at the Indian Resort and Spa in the Middle of June.
I've just came back from a 2 week stay at the Indian Resort - a fantastic choice for my honeymoon.
Ich war mit meiner Tochter für 7 Tage im Indian Resort. Es war ein super schöner Urlaub.
I have just returned from my 2 week honeymoon at the Indian Resort, and what more can I say other than it was perfect.
I have just returned from the Indian Resort Hotel in Mauritius. Myself and my 7 year old son had a fantastic 2 weeks there. We arrived on the 25th March and left on the 8th April 2006.
We booked this at the last minute and was slightly apprehensive as to what would be in store. We were not disappointed. Upon arrival we were greated with a coctail and check in was smooth. We upgraded to an Indian Room which was lovely, the extras being bath robes, coffee tray, maid service twice daily with turn down of beds. The weather was fab, only one day where it was showery, even then it was not cold. The hotel spray constently for mossies but it is advisable to take some repellent just in case.
Recently returned from an excellent holiday at the Indian Resort. We travelled in a large group, mainly windsurfers. The hotel grounds are quite spread out but beautifully maintained along a long sandy beach. We stayed in the Marine standard rooms which were excellent, quite spacious and decent size bathrooms, I agree with one of the other reviews about lack of clothes space, plenty of small cupboards though and no patio furniture although some did have. We stayed on half board, food was quite good but drinks quite expensive and the service poor, waited ages for drinks to arrive in restaurant and also at the bars. Loads of staff who don't seem to do much. Evening entertainment good, houseband had everyone dancing. Spa excellent but book in advance very busy. The surf dudes in our group had a fab time windy every day but dont worry there are plenty of sheltered spots around.
The concept of the hotel is real nice - great sport with 4+ stars hotel, however beware, it is not a 4+ hotel!