Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... really know what offshore banking is. It sounds a bit inconvenient. The drive to Port Louis takes about an hour. Port Louis is named after the French King Louis XV. I'm not sure it matters too much which King Louis it was named after. It's called Port Louis, not Port Louis XV, so it could have been named after any of the King Louis's. I still wonder why nearly all French kings were called Louis. Surely at least a few of them could have come up with different names. Our ...
... settled here until the Dutch decided to for business purposes over 500 years later. This gives the island a very democratic feeling. As I wandered around the markets, a terribly obvious tourist, I saw so many variations of colour and expression, and heard so many languages. Winston got a fright as he walked past a basket of live crayfish/marron (I don’t know exactly what they were) and the lady purveying them was quite insistent that he pat and ...
After over 8 days at sea we made landfall in Mauritius. No, they were not boring days,
there were plenty of activities organised by the cruise management to entertain the passengers besides our own projects that we had brought together with reading books and the daily newsletter.
This was punctuated by meals (of the sumptuous variety) and then the hard work of working them off. Did you know that 5 mins / 1 km on the ...
... with family and a visit to a dormant volcano, which was responsible for the creation of Mauritius thousands of years ago. One of the main reasons I missed Mauritius so much was because of family. As a lot of them live here it was very hard to keep in touch and so getting knowing I'm back here, everyone wants to see me (makes a change etc). Being treated like a royal is an amazing feeling. I'm constantly getting invited for dinners and it's not helping my ...
... spell checker doesn’t even recognize it. In any event, you find temples, mosques and churches as you drive around.
We were only there for about 10 hours so, once again, it was a quick tour. But it was interesting. Working with Trip Advisor, Sandy found a tour guide on the Island more than willing to help. Once again, we had to make a choice – see Port Louis or the countryside. We opted for the latter and were not disappointed. One ...