Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
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Next we were on to the
Port Louis, the Capital and main administrative port. We were driven up
the mountain at the head of the harbour for a tour of the bluestone
Fort. It towers above the town and the old cannons are still pointing
toward the banking sector (a throwback to the pirating days?). The fort
has become a tourist attraction; now with a tourist shop where Guns,
ammunitions and spare solders were stored.
... the Church Hall. Something to keep in mind if you plan to go abroad next year for the Feast!
Getting sleepy. Maybe it’s a good sign. Reaching the number of nights it usually takes me to get over jetlag. I barely slept last night again and feel a bit drowsy. There is a lot of joy in our small group her in Mauritius. More than before. It is exciting and encouraging to witness. Hope you’re having a Great Feast. “À demain ...
... there. Nine strong, ready to spend time with our Heavenly Father and reflect on His Way of Life and the deep meaning of those 8 days. This morning, we listened to Jim Franks Feast Sermon, which was very well received, and this afternoon, after a delicious meal prepared by the ladies, and two hours of fellowship and getting better acquainted with our guests, I spoke on the soon coming “Birth of God’s True Utopia” (the kind of world God is going to bring). Michael ...
... of my fathers very large family still residing in Mauritius, have been visiting this paradise island since I was a teeny weeny little baby.
I'll admit that my visits have seen me return after longer and longer gaps away from the island, but I tell you, this must change! Every time I come back, I feel more and more drawn to my amazing family who always welcome me back with arms wide open.
The island, Tamarin in particular, has changed a lot in ...
... br> 'Tabagies' (off licences) abound. The French 'Tabagie' sign contrasts with the very English small print nearby : 'Licensed to sell spirits, beer, porter…'
Most people look Indian - because India is where most natives derive from. Mauritius was a British colony until 1968. English tradition lives on in the cars (Minis, Austin Cambridges, Sunbeams, Morris Oxfords, Austin A40's) which drive on the left side of the road, in ...