Maritim Hotel Mauritius

Address: Turtle Bay, Balaclava, Mauritius | 4 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Maritim Hotel Mauritius Balaclava

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Balaclava

    A change of scenery

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 28, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... on the waterfront. I've been coming here for more than a dozen years, so we were disappointed to see it was closed on Mondays. We ate at a neighboring restaurant festooned with banners supporting Olympique de Marseille one of France’s famous – sometimes infamous – football (soccer) teams. The owner must come from Marseille, which we remember nostalgically; it was my first pastorate as a very young minister.

    Short stay in Reunion

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Marjolaine squirmed and flinched as cars came around corners, or passed others in a way that violated all our reflexes. As usual I activated the windshield wipers every time I wanted to use a turn signal (they’re on opposite sides of the column. I missed our turn in the dark of Mahébourg, but found it on the return and we drove into Coco Villas, a very well-located but Spartan and inexpensive place. Our room on the second floor has a refrigerator ...

    Port Louis Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Feb 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... morning it was possible to see sand in the water stirred up by the ships propellers, making us wonder if this dock was perhaps less deep than some of the others we have visited.

    The Island of Mauritius , home of the Dodo, was first discovered by the Portuguese in the 1500s and subsequently colonised by the Dutch, French, and finally the British (1814), gaining independence from us all in 1968. 70% of the population are Indian (3 different religions) and about ...

    Exploring the scenic south

    A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 13, 2013

    ... amazing view of the ?? Waterfall. For lunch we stopped at the rum factory where the sun was finally shining! It was in a beautiful setting. We were shown how the run was made then went to the restaurant for lunch. This was the first chance we had to properly chat to the others. It turns out the Australians are only 20 and just got married! They're a nice couple. The lunch was quite nice but not as nice as our hotel! I think Glyns duck starter was ...

    Briefly in Two Countries

    A travel blog entry by rg09 on Sep 02, 2012

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... kids wanted to do some parasailing and as George is the adrenaline junky she volunteered for it too. Another activity offered was to swim with dolphins. I've had my reservations about this as I have wondered about the dolphins having that much contact with humans, but these are completely wild and you jump in from a boat and try to keep up as they swim in their feeding areas. Believe me, there is no chance of harassment here, we were swimming with fins as fast ...