Travel Blogs from Le Morne
... Africa. One of the members in Mauritius is a RN, so she is very knowledgeable about how the system works in country. We also discussed questions of Bible prophecy and some points from the sermon I had given.
After a dish of ice cream to finish the meal, we moved out onto the terrace to continue talking. From the hilltop where we were sitting, we could see the Indian Ocean 5 or 6 miles away, and a pleasant breeze kept ...
... the Church Hall. Something to keep in mind if you plan to go abroad next year for the Feast!
Getting sleepy. Maybe it’s a good sign. Reaching the number of nights it usually takes me to get over jetlag. I barely slept last night again and feel a bit drowsy. There is a lot of joy in our small group her in Mauritius. More than before. It is exciting and encouraging to witness. Hope you’re having a Great Feast. “À demain ...
... these 20 feet swells. We had gotten used to the hour announcements to “keep doors closed, keep your hands free, hold on to railings, wear shoes”. They shut down the elevators and the observation deck. Walking up the stairs was the strangest thing: Sometimes the swell of the ship would lift you up the stairs and defy gravity. Other times it would feel like you weighed 300 lbs. There was one night in particular where the waves were especially aggressive. I was in the spa ...
... crater has been there ever since. We then packed up all of our things and walked down the cliffs to our car and drove home at around noon to go and have dinner at the Chez Pépé restaurant in Flic en Flac not far from our restaurant and there main meal was pasta. All three of us had spaghetti bolognais and we all loved it and I think that when we all come back to Mauritius then we will definately come back to this ...
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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!