Le Palmiste Resort & Spa, Mauritius

Rte Cotiere, Trou aux Biches, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
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Journey In Mauritius

A travel blog entry by curry_g on Aug 22, 2013

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... splashing colours at each other. The only tough thing for we was that I didn't really know the songs or dances. DIVALI Festival of light is another name for this festival. This festival is mostly celebrated by indo-Mauritians but all can join in as well.This is similar to Christmas because you decorate your house with any light. Also, cakes are shared around to friends and family. Talking of food, I've noticed so many ...

A sunny day at Trou aux Biches beach!

A travel blog entry by evietravel on Jun 25, 2013

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Today we woke up to clear blue sunny skies! Finally! Our plan is to go to the beach house and take the kids swimming at Trou aux Biches beach. However, a couple of stops in Port Louis first. We visited Uncle Ah Lim Kow whose apartment is at Rue l'Arsenal in Port Louis. He was by himself at home. He recently had a surgery done and he has lost a lot of weight. He used to be chubby and stocky when he was younger. ...

Reunion, Mauritius, and pirates?????

A travel blog entry by suzywatson on Feb 13, 2013

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Monday, the 11th, we were on Reunion, a "department" of France and, therefore, part of the European Union. They drive on the right, speak French, use Euros, and have beautifully engineered and maintained roads which was very important to us since we were visiting their active volcano today. Our eight hour tour took us into the three rings of caldera inside Piton de la Fournaise. Although a sometimes rainy and cloudy day, we were lucky ...

Entry 5

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

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... of rainfall but is still quite warm. Curepipe is well know for the shops and the volcanic crater called the Trou Aux Cerfs crater, and was formed millions of uears ago by volcanic activiy. From the top of this volcano one can see most of Mauritius and this is where many tourists like to take photos. As we drove into Curepipe there were so many people! No wonder, as there is 80,000 residents in Curepipe! As we went up to ...

Mauritius in a day!

A travel blog entry by aniseh on Feb 27, 2009

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... top of a low mountain to see the Citadel (a fortress). Not very exciting, but it was a nice view from up there. Then we went to a Hindu temple. We took off our shoes, and walked around. The decor was pretty and interesting, but I didn't take any photos except for one. It's of a peacock cage. It was full of peacocks, though only one (male) was willing to venture out into the heat. -- by this time, it was quite ...

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