Recif Attitude

Royal Road, Pointe Aux Piments, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Royal Road, Pointe Aux Piments, is near Casela Nature and Leisure Park, Golf du Chateau, La Vanille Réserve des Mascareignes, and Safari Adventures Lion Encounter.
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    Travel Blogs from Pointe Aux Piments

    A day of rest in Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 26, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... history in the Church; she didn’t really know anyone very well, and we love to hear those stories. We talked about the recent history of the Church of God and various important events. We talked about the climates of Mauritius and Dallas, and social mores on the island, in Europe and in the US. We discussed various prophecies, and other passages of the Bible, and how God carries out His promises in sometimes surprising, unexpected, ...

    Last day in Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 06, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... out between slower cars, buses stopping for passengers, dogs (of which there are many wandering around Mauritius), motorbikes of various descriptions, and pedestrians. As I passed through the villages I could see brightly colored Hindu temples – the dominant color seems to be red, even more brightly colored Tamil temples (favorite color: yellow) decked with many statues of strange-looking gods. I passed a mosque, typically painted in green and white.

    Back On Track

    A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on May 03, 2013

    ... As I was turning to leave, the rain came down faster and harder. I skipped to the car, perfectly content to be soaked in my dress and barefoot. The taxi driver met me half way. He laughed when he saw me and remarked that I should have taken the umbrella. He didn’t seem to get that the burden of that tool just isn’t worth it to me. I much prefer to free and let the rain fall where it may.

    As we drove along, the driver explained about Mauritian culture and ...

    Sunday on the south side

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Sep 09, 2012

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... kind that what we take for granted in the West. All that seemed evident as I took in the scene at the water’s edge.

    Jocelyn discussed possibilities and terms with a boatman, after which we walked up onto the grass above the beach and shared a glass of peach juice and a cheese sandwich that Jocelyn’s work friend and his wife and brought along in a typical gesture of Mauritian hospitality. It was about 5:00 pm by this time, only an hour ...

    Cape of good Hope, Cyclones, Mauritious

    A travel blog entry by emmamcisaac on Mar 11, 2012

    1 photo

    ... It was a mess.

    This paired with the fact that we were constantly losing an hour of sleep meant that studying for midterms was an absolute nightmare.

    On the first night at sea, the ship’s captain decided to turn off the external lights of the ship so we could have a star watching night! The sky in the middle of the ocean was just covered stars, so much so it looked like dust. It was so nice laying out on the deck with the rest of the ship. ...