Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Departure day - as my plane didn't leave until 2235 I had most of the day to carry out any last minute tasks I wanted to do. Like any Englishman the first thing I did was go to the beach for one last swim. Naturally I took along my last remaining beer to toast the beautiful sandy beach away. The next task was to visit the racecourse again but this time it was the first day of the new horseracing season. The ...
... Then on to the National Park containing deep gorges,
spectacular views of the coast with snow white beaches and coral
reefs, and waterfalls. The latter were a bit of a fizzer – one
needs rain to feed them and it's not the rainy season – good
timing!! The deep, dense, steep sided Black River gorge was quite
One of the features was
to stop on the main road and pick Chinese guavas growing on bushes on
... some beer, took some photographs, found some starfish and for lunch I had a local Mauritian curry with rice, which was lovely. I FaceTimed my mum and then carried on relaxing on the white sands.
We were all thoroughly pleased about the captain's announcement this morning that we would be having a late sail of 10pm and because of that, we stayed to watch the sunset. It was so beautiful, the bright orange sun, getting bigger as it descends ...
... ve had 1800 passengers, plus crew probably faffing about for nothing, they must have had the passenger manifest for ages yet they had to apply red tape! Grrrrrr!!!! I'm ok now ;-) Wandered off for the shuttle bus around 9:15 even though they said it didn't start until 9:30. Oh and we haven't to call it a shuttle bus, but a waterfront transfer. This is so the taxi drivers think it's something we are paying for. If they think the town's put on a ...
... ready for our ‘Yemen Safari by Truck’.
We were conveyed efficiently to our air conditioned bus and then driven for about one hour to a place called Casela Nature and Leisure Park. The Island is volcanic but green with impressive mountain scenery, lush vegetation, large plantations of specially bred sugar cane and lots of unusual tropical trees and birds.
The tour itself was perhaps a little dull and had it not been for the giant ...