Shanti Maurice A Nira Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... gap in it so everybody has to take their weights off, we Bob about waiting for the right sized wave as El capita now shouts 'hang on', hits the throttle and we're through, literally on the crest of a wave. Really great dive, vis not excellent but a good ten to fifteen meters, interesting dive as it involves a lot of caves, overhangs and a chimney, I'll upload some video later. Back to shore for an hour or so before heading back out for a second dive, same experience ...
... a woman lighting incense and saying prayers. When she finished she then genuflected. If someone died, they left the body at home but went to the Pagoda for the funeral and as many as 200-300 people would attend. As we left the Pagoda, we saw a small giant tortoise, only 50 years old, resting under a tree.We then continued our drive through the city, passing several different types of architecture, and very popular race track. We then ...
... Her perspective was much appreciated.
Around 4:00 pm the ladies who lived in Port Louis, needed to start back north. Jacqueline, a nurse, had to work the night shift later on, and wanted to be home by the end of the Sabbath.
We decided to leave at the same time. Jocelyn and Saloni had invited us back for lunch tomorrow so this wouldn’t be our last chance to see them, and we needed to rest in the evening to catch ...
... good, light winds and a temperature of 29C, expected to rise to 30C and mainly sunny. Our tour was to a beach resort at Les Iles aux Cerfs, an island on the east coast of Mauritius, called Paradise island. We had recently done quite a bit of sightseeing around cities recently and this was to be a relaxing few hours by the sea. Port Louis is located in the North West of Mauritius so our coach journey took us across the island, a journey of about an hour. ...
... our guide took the
easygoing way, which led us to CurePipe. In a short time we reached
the famed volcano. The observation parking lot was both busy and
full, and from there we followed a stone pathway until the hills
began to open up before us. Standing on the ledge, I looked down to
the bottom. The crater was filled with water, and bright green algae
were clinging to the rocks around it. Behind us, we looked up higher
to see the mountains which ...