Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel

Address: Royal Road, Anse La Raie, Mauritius | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Royal Road, Anse La Raie, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Anse La Raie

      Arriving in Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 08, 2013

      Off the plane and quickly through passport and health check points. It's always a worry how you are going to find your transfers but we found white sand tours easily with 'Harrison' on the board. The man was very welcoming (the start of things to come) and gave us much needed water and wipes. We had been upgraded to an executive car (again a good start!) and we're led out to a very windy and rainy mauritius. It was full on rain most ...

      Cape of good Hope, Cyclones, Mauritious

      A travel blog entry by emmamcisaac on Mar 11, 2012

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      I was hanging out on the stairwell with my group of friends when the Texas man came on the PA system for our evening announcements. We paused our conversation as we waited for him to finish. He started off saying the regular daily things: How many miles from Cape Town we had traveled, the temperature of the ocean, the amount of water we consumed, the amount of food scrapings that were thrown out, the speed of the ship. After this was all said and done, instead of ending it, ...

      Entry 3

      A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 27, 2011

      2 photos

      ... extinct, have formed this landscapr over millions of years. Water has carved cliffs and gorges. Even today Rainfall fro 1000mm in valley and 4000mm on mountain peaks determine what eill grow where.
      While I was walking I swear I saw a fruit bat lazily flying above the rees but when I pointed it out it had gone, but I did see it. That is one of the main things to do in this National Park and that is to look out for birds or animals that live on the ground. Certain ...


      A travel blog entry by ericaleejohnson on Oct 14, 2010

      16 photos

      ... Semester at Sea would be like. Getting lost, seeing so much poverty and suffering, eating strangely wonderful foods, and constantly stretching my comfort zone. Never had I ever expected anything like this. Before I could let any thoughts of guilt set in, I dunked my head underwater to wash it away. As I learned before in Ghana, “Don’t sulk in your privilege. Appreciate it to its fullest capacity.” And after the ...

      Skirting the edges of a cyclone

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Feb 06, 2009

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... with us..." I didn't really want to have an "experience", just a quiet flight to Mauritius, but there you have it. There was quite a lot of storm activity starting around Madagascar about halfway through the flight. As we flew over Madagascar I thought of all the political trouble going on there. Disputed elections have led to a lot of political violence and people have been shot in the streets of Antananarivo. ...