Le Sakoa Hotel

Address: Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches.
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    Travel Blogs from Trou aux Biches

    Mind blowing Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 27, 2015

    75 photos

    ... 8211; it had been a long day with an early start and although Mario offered to take us to the Church dedicated to Mother Theresa, we politely declined. We had seen more than any of the ship’s excursions offered and more than was offered in the shore excursion we had planned today.

    We arrived back at port and settled up with Mario who was – I think – very happy, and then off we went to the dock.


    Tea & Tipple -Part 1

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Nov 20, 2014

    19 photos

    ... was quick to take us inside which meant we more or less had the place to ourselves, apart of course from the workers.
    We saw the entire tea production process from the leaves being, right through to packing. I hope the photographs give an indication of just how many processes from the leaf being picked in the early morning to being packed ready for despatch often on the same day.It was rather noisy with all the conveyor belts trundling along, hot & dusty ...

    A sunny day at Trou aux Biches beach!

    A travel blog entry by evietravel on Jun 25, 2013

    17 photos

    ... something to see how people have gotten older? But still some have not changed much even with age! We also visited Uncle Ah Vee Kow at his hardware store and my step mother's son George! On the way back to the car, we bought more snacks - tien ya nehs, pot pan, chin kong yans, hakkiens, vooyens and .... Unde! That was more than enough for lunch. By the time we reached the beach house, it was lunchtime and we ate ...

    Reunion, Mauritius, and pirates?????

    A travel blog entry by suzywatson on Feb 13, 2013

    4 photos

    ... at all! Tuesday we were in Mauritius which has been independent of Britain since 1968...and it shows. Although very similar in geology, the infrastructure is nowhere near as good. English is the official language, but most of the billboards are in French and the people speak Creole. Our guide in Reunion spoke far better English than the one in Mauritius. The day did not begin well when the couple from the day before sat down next to us ...

    Into the Unknown

    A travel blog entry by meheksarin on Jul 10, 2012

    11 photos

    ... which even my Mauritian friends didn't know about. I wasn't held back by anyone, my plans didn't depend on anyone. I went where I wanted to go and ate what I felt like eating. If someday I just wanted to sit on the beach and relax, I did that. I could stay there watching people or reading a book till the last bus, and nobody would tell me I wasted my day. So many times, I see foreign tourists coming to India, and doing the local stuff. They don't travel, they ...