Travel Blogs from Trou aux Biches
... left. We spent it in style by watching the fireworks I already mentioned at Darling Harbour, seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and opera house illuminated at night and trying out a few bars in nearly every corner of the city, from China Town to The Rocks and the harbour front. It was a great way to end what had been a truly epic and worthwhile few weeks. Little was said the following day about our inevitable and respective departures that night. Instead we filled the day ...
... there. We walked around a little bit and the wind had picked up. It is actually quite cold during the evening! There is anything you can think of in Mauritius, no doubt about that. Some things are even nicer than in Australia or the US. A lot of french products, baked goods, fresh bread and lots of local food as well. After dinner, we had a really nice talk with dad about things and not too long ago, they all ...
... of the vendors looking for my usual five post cards that I buy in every country and for little Mauritius specific gifts. I ended up settling on two wooden "magic boxes" that are magical in the sense that they have a special way to open. We got back on the bus and headed to the ship. We got through security quickly and headed up to the pool deck for the barbeque dinner. On our way to dinner I “killed” Melissa ...
... 8217;s much appreciated. By mid-afternoon, I was yawning in spite of myself: the spirit was willing, but the flesh was quite tired. We shook hands all around and said goodbye, and I drove back north to Quatre Bornes, slapping myself once in a while to stay alert.
I had a welcome two-hour nap in the afternoon which took me to the end of the day. I walked out in the evening to pick up some bottled water, and rooibos tea to take home. We acquired a taste for rooibos ...
... on a boat and getting drunk like the rest of my friends? Keep in mind that this port had a reputation for students getting drunk, I’m not sure why they do but I know that we aren’t allowed to sleep over there because so many students previous to our voyage had gotten drunk there and trashed the place. This is so unfortunate because it was absolutely beautiful, the "Hawaii" of Europe it seems, and better yet ...
Other places to stay in Trou aux Biches
Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches | 4 star hotelfrom $266
Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches | 3 star hotelfrom $134
Royal Road, Trou aux Biches | 4 star hotelfrom $87
- A taste of paradise!
Rte Cotiere, Trou aux Biches | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches | 2 star hotelfrom $71
Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches | 3 star hotelfrom $200
Trou aux Biches | Hotelfrom $27
Royal Road, Trou aux Biches | 5 star hotelfrom $275