LUX Le Morne
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... did look like that famous Gorilla.
As we continued our journey, the banter in the bus was great between us, including the driver who made a few unscheduled stops so we could view various fruits growing along the roadside. It made for a great atmosphere which continued throughout the day.
We arrived at Les Aubineaux, an impressive house built in 1872 from wood and with its turrets painted blue and white it was an imposing site as entered, the house ...
... de travail aussi bien pendant la cueillette que dans l'usine et je
m'étonne que tout le monde partait content de cet établissement !
La route du thé
groupe Saint Aubin, se positionne aujourd'hui comme le leader dans la
diversité de l'industrie cannière de l'Île Maurice. Cette exploitation
s'est développée en une entreprise véritablement internationale avec une
nouvelle ouverture vers le ...
... the only home of the Dodo bird, which itself is one of the world's best known extinct species. We often consider, quite rightly, the impact of our current lifestyle on the environment and ecosystems, but even pre-industrial society could leave a huge footprint. Mauritius was uninhabited before the Dutch attempted a colony on the island in 1598. The last Dodo bird vanished from the island in 1681 (less than 100 years later), the victim of over hunting ...
... sleep was to do our father / daughter classic and go for a walk at the seldom changing Tamarin Bay. Whilst taking our stroll along the beach we got a surprise call from Natalie inviting us to lunch at their house a few minutes away which we jumped at the chance. I got to see a few of my uncles and cousins and experience my first of many magnificent sunsets on the beach deck at their home.
The next day started with another all time favourite - a walk at ...
... Malaysia; cheap Chinese goods were everywhere.
The people were very friendly (especially in the Ventura Hotel & our landlady in Mahebourg), although in Mahebourg we had a couple of stones lobbed at us one evening.
We travelled by bus from Mahebourg to Port Louis (seeing the sugar plantations on the way), from Port Louis to Pereybere (where our hotel - the Ventura - was), from Belle Mare to Flacq, ...