Le Sakoa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of worship. Respect the people of the island when it comes to dress. Other Facts: When I was on the island I learnt a lot. From people that I newly met and tours I had. At the moment all we know is that Mauritius was discovered in 1638. The Dutch East Indian company had planned to colonise this new land. All names come from someone and the Mauritius name came from the prince of Denmark at the time. His name was Maurice. This is ...
... 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 ...
... for. Very Indian in style, loads if space, modern bathroom and a view if the sea. Within a minute if arriving, a bottle of paradise cove cava had arrived along with sweet treats and fruit skewers. There was also a sarong, hat, beach bag and a ?? For Glyn waiting for us on the enormous bed! We were told to go to the spa for a welcome massage as soon as we had sorted ourselves out, which we did. We are already feeling very spoilt! ...
... volcanic ash that has dried into seven distinct colors of earth, and Tamarin Falls, where siet cascades tumble down the side of a mountain and the only other soul we saw was our guide. San Francisco’s antipode, I felt accomplished having visited Mauritius, and can now say that I have seen the other side of the world.
It was in Zimbabwe that we met Officer Mano Mano. An immigration official, Officer Mano Mano and I did not quite ...
... once you made it down a tiny fall by yourself to get to the actual water fall, then you made it down that, they were like "just kidding, you still have half way to go, and by the way, there’s no one holding the rope at the bottom so don’t die." Obviously we were no longer on the baby waterfalls. I jumped off a 23 foot cliff which was pretty cool and I was super proud of myself ...