LUX Le Morne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... they drive on the left here.The British released all the Creole slaves by 1835 (These came mainly from Madagascar & Mozambique to work on the sugar plantations). The British introduced Indian workers to the island who received wages for their labour.In 1968 Mauritius gained independence and became a Republic state in 1992.I hope I did good Warren !
We soon arrived in Rosehill and what a colourful sight as we arrived at a Tamil temple.Such ornate ...
... saw a number of Hindu fishermen shrines both in and just out of the water and a picnic spot where a number of Indian dressed women were dancing and singing. When we had had enough of walking we hopped on another mad local bus for the trip back. We decided to buy food to cook in our apartment because it was fully equipped and so had a late afternoon swim back at our beach and the first home cooked meal for ...
Mauritius was another stop that wasn't on my list of places to visit on this trip. It was another extended layover. The travel agent I used to book my flights is the one who suggested that I spend a few extra days there to check it out. It apparently was one of his favorite places. I have read about Mauritius before and knew they have some amazing waves around the island. The premiere wave of the island is called Tamarin Bay. It's a world class ...
... 8220;big wave” hit. Everyone would ask “where were you during the ‘big wave’”. Everything in the spa crashed to the floor and broke. You would walk by the campus store that was closed for the evening, and see that everything that was on the shelf was now on the floor. I walked into my room to see whatever was left on my bedside table was now on the floor. My bathroom sink was filled with the various hair/face/makeup products that belonged to Hannah and ...
... can be rather shocking to the view; men pierce themselves with slender knives or even fishhooks and wear them through the streets as part of their worship.
It was also market day in Quatre Bornes. The covered market is right next to my hotel; it was bustling and noisy all day. Vendors shouted out their wares and the deals they offered; some were obviously hoarse by the end of the day. Shoppers sampled the cloth or clothes ...