LUX Le Morne

Le Morne Plage, Le Morne, 227756, Mauritius | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Le Morne Plage, Le Morne.
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    Travel Blogs from Le Morne

    Journey In Mauritius 3

    A travel blog entry by curry_g on Sep 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... are traditional but the young's are adapting to a European dress code. On the beach being fully clothed is the more suitable option. If you don't follow then you could expect the locals to disagree and tell you to pack up. There are also long dresses for the Sega dances that wave around when the dances dance. Just like any other country the more classy the restaurant the more classy your clothes. Respect is given when you cover up ...

    A very long day (and night)

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 31, 2013

    7 comments, 6 photos

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    By this time it was 4:00 pm. It was time to leave to get back to Kigali by dark. Those, like the Mundelis, who were going on to Kayenzi, would not arrive before 7:00 and probably much later since they would have to go slowly in the dark.

    On the way back Patrick asked if I would try to bring him some books in English so he could improve his skills. He is a journalist who works in English, French and Kinyarwanda, but English is taking a preeminent ...

    The Beauty of Africa

    A travel blog entry by marielbird on Oct 12, 2011

    6 photos

    ... I could tell was an experience that was lived rather than idealized. We attended the Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival, and I believe that our entire group of 10 agreed that it was one of the most culturally rich experiences they had ever seen. Yes, I think that I could live in Swaziland.

    This is just a taste of the places that I have been fortunate enough to see and I cannot wait to continue my journey of exploration. Lucky is not even the word.


    Karma and Chocolate Sushi

    A travel blog entry by abmorrison on Oct 15, 2010

    14 photos

    Mauritius was a really fun port! Even though we were only in port for two days, I had a great time! Most Semester at Sea students view the Mauritius port like Spring break. Most people take it as a break from classes and from field practica and enjoy it as a complete vacation! My friends and I joined in this mentality. On the first day, Cassie, Nancy and I got off of the ship and headed straight for Tamarin Falls which is about 45 minutes from Port Louis. When we got to Tamarin ...

    Sea Olympics! Go Blue!

    A travel blog entry by claudiv on Feb 28, 2009

    ... dinner they had the closing ceremonies. The Mediterranean Sea didn't pull out any more medals so we didn't make the overall platform for the champions of the Olympics. The pink team, the Aegean Sea, won and the red team, the Red Sea, took second place. After extinguishing the sea Olympics torch I hung out on Deck Seven with Stef, Emily, Nicole, and Amanda before heading to bed. I got to watch Slumdog Millionaire again today which was even better the second ...