Maritim Hotel Mauritius

Address: Turtle Bay, Balaclava, Mauritius | 4 star hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Balaclava

          Day 67 Port Louis, Mauritius

          A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Mar 20, 2015

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... one we were one seemed newer and better, but still no life jackets. Rich aided many people getting of the taxi as no one would help those that needed it. It was a huge step up to the floating dock. If the tide got lower, I think it would have made it almost impossible for us to get off the taxi. I saw people later struggling to get off.

          We dined up in Tastes as Rich went to work ...

          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.

          A restful day in Mauritius

          A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 05, 2014

          6 comments, 4 photos

          ... I stayed and talked a while longer with the other Prodigues and then asked for some directions back to Mahébourg. Jocelyn gave me directions for a shortcut through the cane fields. It wasn’t too preoccupying, even if one gets lost on an island, one’s bound to hit a coastline sooner or later to get reoriented.

          The drive back in the fading afternoon was very pleasant, and I didn’t get lost. When dinner time came around, ...

          Day Sixty-Eight

          A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Mar 18, 2013

          Bonjur from Port Louis in Mauritius,

          Call me Nemo because I am a total fishy. Today I went snorkeling and I was literally swimming in the middle of huge schools of fish, it was awesome! I also saw a bunch of whales that were only about fifteen feet away from the catamaran I was sailing on. The whales were breaching and blowing and flipping their tails out of the water. The crew on the catamaran was a lot of fun. ...

          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 ...