LUX Grand Gaube
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... enjoying leisurely days and great lunches with Lyndsey & Graham. (The girl who sat next to me on the plane coming over, a great couple)
We are not party animals and so each evening I have been creating my blog entries - having free Wifi through the entire resort has definitely been a bonus, but at least I don't have my phone in my hand the whole time unlike many guests, I guess this is a sign of the times, but I was surprised to a new ...
... beautifully served, the lighting wasn't good for photos but as we looked up to the starry night sky it didn't matter.
Next we were served lobster bisque which the waiter poured from a white China teapot, different for sure.
Grilled lobster was the main course and very delicious it was too - musicians serenaded us and as we sat listening to them playing and the water gently lapping onto the beach we counted our blessings that we were both healthy enough to be able to enjoy ...
... is a small cove where we have seen locals fishing but today it's just me as I stroll along the shoreside catching a glimpse of a water bird perched on the mangroves.
As I continued my stroll another bird came into view, perched in one of the Palm trees, such a pretty orange bird and full of song.
My walk took me passed the carpark and to the main drive overlooking the golf course. Bougainville in a variety of colours and a fantastic flame tree came into sight. Such ...
Today was all about relaxing and settling in, we did however get the snorkels out and have a dip in the sea. Not much to see here really the water looked clear but was a little cloudy through the snorkels. The sun was very hot and strangely although not as hot as Dubai we seem to catch a tan here far quicker. ...
... was quite pleasant. Young people and family members were simply enjoying each other’s company.
There is an innocent quality about Mauritius, where most people are still somewhat protected from the weirdness and debauchery that is becoming such a central part of Western entertainment and culture. It’s a bit like going back in time a couple of decades, sometimes more. The music on the radio often seems quite retro – it’s common ...