Le Suffren Hotel & Marina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mauritius. He says that the economy is very strong, and there is virtually full employment. We don't see too many obvious signs of poverty. He says that the economy is based around five main industries - tourism, sugar, textiles, IT and offshore banking. He says that their sugar is very high quality, and all of it is exported. The sugar sold in the shops in Mauritius is much lower quality and is imported from Sri Lanka. This doesn't seem to make a lot of sense. I realise that I ...
... Of course there must be layers of history that I am entirely unaware of, but this seemed the gist of it. We did visit the model shipbuilding factory, which sounds somewhat twee, but was interesting to observe the handcrafting process and the highly detailed products. Lotte did like it. We asked our driver to take us somewhere that served Indian vegetarian food for lunch, perhaps a market stall? We were in the mood for street food and an ...
... but live in close harmony together.
About 7 years ago we had a week in Mauritius and checked out most of the northern part of
the island and Port Louis. This time we thought that we would take in the southern part. Excursions were organised by the ship but we decided to do our own thing. Once ashore, and after some inevitable haggling, we threw our lot in with Mr Kahn who assured us that he
would give us the best ...
... and built over with skyscrapers and a new tech Park where businesses are investing. Also I have not seen a lot of family in such a long time so I'm looking forward to seeing them, although I'm a lot older and taller than they probably remember! Security into the country was tough as I'd seen so far as I'd arrived from India. I met my dad at the airport to spend the rest of the day relaxing at home. The beach would have to ...
... what did you expect, a big hole in the ground left over from an old volcano but still somehow intriguing. The Mare aux Vacoas is the largest reservoir in Mauritius. No swimming or recreation allowed – drinking water only. The views from Black River Gorge were great and the Chamarel waterfall fall was quite nice, but the most interesting spot was the Holy Lake Grand Basin. While the stats I quote above say the Hindus are about 48% of the ...