Le Sakoa Hotel

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

    Journey In Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by curry_g on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... of food here in Mauritius. Food: I've noticed there are many types of cultures in Mauritius, including: British,African,French,Chinese and Indian.This is why, Mauritian food is deliciously unique. I've also noticed that very common ingredients used in Mauritius are: Tomatoes, onion, ginger,garlic and chilli. I've seen many types of dishes from different cultures. I've seen Curries, pickles, breads, daubes and stir fried ...

    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

    ... cleared enough at each stop to get a good view. It reminded us a lot of Hawaii last spring, but the volcano here spewed more gravel than lava. Still, a very dramatic landscape and a very enjoyable day. The only downer of the day was our experience at lunch. The meal was excellent with pumpkin gratin, lentil dal, rice, chicken, fish and a frozen coconut dessert. The problem was the couple across from us who didn't eat a thing and were ...

    Entry 5

    A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

    1 photo

    ... Aux Cerfs crater we saw many tourists standing taing phots and I don't blame them because the view was amazing! The volcano is 605 metres highand is 300 to 350metres in diameter, and 80 metres deep. Tou Aux Cerfs is also known as Murr's volcano. As we walked around the crater I was a little scared because I remember that I read somewhere that even though scientists say that the volcano lies dormant, it could ...

    Mauritius in a day!

    A travel blog entry by aniseh on Feb 27, 2009

    12 photos

    ... humid.  Anyway, it scared the bejeezus outta Bear with it's crazy call (in fact, it sounded a lot like the scream that Barrett emitted right afterward)  From there, we went north on the island to see the botanical gardens. This is the 2nd botanical gardens we've seen in 1 weeks time, and admittedly, it stood it's ground in terms of beauty against the Kirstenbosch in South Africa.    It had hundred year old ...