Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... a walk on the local beach La Preneuse where stands a Martello tower and a rapidly eroding gun emplacement. The lagoon is so shallow that when the tide is out you can walk to the coral reef. In the evening we had a lovely leg of lamb with roasted veg on the terrace with our nephew and family,washed down with some lovely South African "cleanskin" wine. A special bonus was the sunset too. Tomorrow our son arrives so more celebrations. Life doesn't get any ...
... anyways, the restaurant had nice views that was blocked by the fog unfortunately. However, by the time we were done, it became pretty again!
Afterwards, we went to the "volcano" that hasn't erupted for thousands of years. My brother and I were certainly disappointed...
Then, we went to the Eureka House, which is apparently a World Heritage Site, but it was just this little house. What was interesting, ...
... away, beer in hand and kangaroos hopping about in the forest around us. It was just a shame bad light stopped play each night. As with the rest of our Australia trip we were constantly busy and managed to cram in the majority of what was on offer in and around Armidale: a peaceful and relaxing afternoon in the quiet and picturesque vineyard with excellent wine and matching views; a hike through the national park, taking in some breath taking scenery of the tableland landscape ...
But it is clear that English is not a primary language when speaking to residents. English is used exclusively in school with French as a class and Creole is the native first language. Everyone is 100% comfortable with Creole and French, not English. I was still jealous of the fact that conversationally, people can speak 3 languages.
We laughed about how silly it was as we drove up another mountain for more waterfalls. I walked along the brick path. Few tourists ...