Le Grand Bleu Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all at once. There is now a dedicated lane for premium flyers, a status for which I qualify because of my frequent flyer level, so I zipped through the lines, relatively speaking.
It’s obvious the pace of life is more relaxed here, people work and sometimes it seems, even think at a slower pace. The immigration agent plodded through my papers. In Mauritius, they want to make sure travelers have ongoing ticket; no illegal aliens thank you very much. ...
... that once flourished on Mauritius, and only on Mauritius, are being brought back from the brink of extinction here, on this tiny protected atoll. One breeding pair, one egg, one seed at a time.
Since colonial times, the economic engine of Mauritius has been the great sugar plantations which still occupy most of the arable land mass of the island. Many of the smaller roads cut narrow swathes through cane fields - and it is easy to get lost like ...
... bed. I will be going to bed too very soon as I am starting to feel tired. At least I am up to date with my blog. I am so thankful that I have internet at the beach house and at dad's house! I don't think I could survive without internet! I can talk or IM with hubby everyday! Helps me stay connected with home. I miss them so much! In a way, I can't wait to go home. But I also have to make the most of my time with ...
... of many islands; major ones being the island of Rodrigues, the Agalega islands and the Cargados Carajos ShoalsThe Island where the National Animal is the Dodo bird :-)
We are sailing tonight to Pointe des Galtes, ...
... Butterfly fish, Juvenille Sailfin Tangs, as well as tiny Pipefish and Large Trumpet fish.
We swam with the fish for a few hours but when it became harder to see and the water grew cold, it was time to go. We got out and dryed off and caught a boat back to shore. We took one last look at the amazing bay before we drove back to our hotel. We were so tired but what an amzing experience we had! A memory to keep ...