InterContinental Resort Mauritius
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This morning we woke fairly early, had breakfast and checked out. Loading the car, we drove north past the airport and took the Motorway, the four-lane divided highway that runs to Port Louis, the capital city. We stopped at the Caudan Waterfront area, the old port, now a tourist area, where we parked.
We walked to the main market area to …
... that give them a living. It makes no sense.
I ended up staying in a really cool place in Tamarin about a 1 minute walk from the beach. The place is owned by an insanely nice Italian guy named Evon. Very cool atmosphere and everyone that was staying there was really friendly. Evon is a surfer too and he took me to a wave called Ambulance the day after I arrived. The wave breaks on this outer reef and we had to take a small boat out to the ...
... Island is 1.2million predominatly Hindu with Christian, Muslim and Chinese making up the balance. Because Tourism is such a dominant industry most people speak at least 3 languages – English, French and Creole as the home Language. Long Beach hotel employes 500 permanent staff and the ratio of staff to guests is 1:1 which explains why combined with the kind nature ...
... like. They spoke of the freedom they had as children to range far roaming the sugarcane fields, hunting small game and fishing in rivers. We compared when we got our first televisions and what programs we remembered. We talked of close calls we had as children and the probability of divine intervention and protection. Again it was very pleasant conversation which continued until after sunset.
Before heading back to my hotel for the ...
... with Actis in south Asia and being chosen now to head up this regional project which will be based in Mauritius.
IOREC’s mandate is to develop real estate assets in order to produce a return for their private equity clients. They are currently busy with a small 6000m2 centre in the east , a part of the island which is definitely in need of some new development. Chan is great contact on the island and IOREC/ Actis, considering their successes in ...