Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVeranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel Pointe Aux Piments
A beautiful beach front resort with a relaxing barefoot theme. It has 2 pools, 2 restaurants, a children's club and a bar with nightly entertainment. The rooms were a good size with private balcony overlooking the pool and sea. All staff were friendly, smiley and attentive. I had a fantastic stay here. Have recommended to friends and family.
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Mauritius provides visitors with the perfect blend of relaxation and plenty of sights to see. Far from a mere beach holiday, Mauritius is rich in culture and is feast for the eyes.
The hotel I stayed in a had barefoot theme, making me feel immediately relaxed. This set the theme perfectly for the next 2 weeks of exploring. My 1st stop was the …
... documents back to the crew. That was it. What a waste of time and effort! We followed this up with a leisurely breakfast before joining our tour at 1000am. Before doing this, however, we spent some time on deck watching a local group of musicians and dancers performing for us all on the quayside. They were noisy, lively and very good. Also from the ship we had a good view of Port Louis with volcanic peaks and ridges providing a dramatic backdrop. The ...
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Located a few kilometres from great basin, Bois Chéri is a factory of tea and a museum. Our guides will be pleased to show and to explain the different stages of production: the gathering up to packing, passing through the withering, "fermentation", the drying and sieving.
A Museum of tea complete the tour and put the emphasis on the features of this culture in ...
... the members scheduled to attend, the sound equipment, the challenge of new songs and a new hymnal on its way in French, the plans for Sabbath Services and some exciting activities during the Feast – that somehow seem to be customarily decided at the very beginning of the celebration instead of being planned weeks or months in advance. Under some latitudes, advanced planning seems to be a strange idiosyncrasy from the West, and the notion of time is never ...
... But the first day was a bust. What about the remaining days? Would we connect at all? If yes, then at what level? I wondered unexcitedly what these six weeks had in store for me.
The third evening was the ice-breaker. Somebody got out playing cards. It was the same feeling you get when you've been sitting trying to catch a fish for hours, and suddenly your hook catches a big one. The cards connected us all at a completely different level. It was ...