Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... ever seen before, such a unique color. It's hard to say if it's the most beautiful water I have ever seen, but if it's not it's very close.
At one point a car with surfboards on the roof came up behind me. I slowed down a bit to let them pass me and then followed them to a spot called Le Mourne. Le Mourne I would find out later is one of the best surf spots on the island. It is also one of the most famous areas in the world for kite surfing. ...
Going through custom at the airport in Mauritius was a breeze. The plane was not actually full but we still let everyone get out first and our seats were towards the back of the plane anyway. After we picked up our baggage, we went to the Duty Free shop to buy two bottles of whiskey for Dad, and some chocolate boxes for gifts. I also bought a Paco Rabanne perfume for hubby. ...
... island: you just get there when you get there. To us, of course, the whole thing is a bit frustrating. For example, to get to Casela Nature Park, it took about 3 hours one way. The island isn’t that big, folks…
Good thing that Casela was pretty cool. They mostly have aviaries with thousands of birds inside and outside of the cages. Also, there were giant tortoises that you could walk amongst; those are always fun to ...
... meal again on this trip- possibly even this year. The conversation was just as good as the food. Sultana is an executive of their family owned business which imports most of the steel and timber into Mauritius. She is extremely knowledgeable of the region and gave some great insights into the ways of the Mauritian people and just how this could affect development in the region. There was also some interesting conversation regarding the new Ebene development ...
... made our way to Grand Bassin. The other big difference between this tour and last year's was the weather, and this time the giant statue of Shiva wasn't shrouded in mist, and it wasn't raining. We removed our shoes and looked around the biggest of several temples that surround Grand Bassin and welcome the pilgrims who come in their thousands in March. Kiran tried to give us a short summary of the Hindu religion but admitted it was too difficult - instead he showed us ...