TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Kissen Trou aux Biches
Travel Blogs from Trou aux Biches
... the river mouth to the sea. We took up the owners restaurant
suggestion and had a great local meal at the Chinese and Mauritian restaurant
not very aptly named “Patricks”. The portion sizes were enormous and we tried
the creole sauce with squid which is very mild and similar to an Italian tomato
sauce. We also had a Mauritian entre which were very nice deep fried battered
... Roger and Gail and they both wanted to do the trip. Again there were lots of fish to see swimming around the coral, all brightly coloured, lots of angel fish and the like. Just like swimming in a tropical fish tank. It never ceases to amaze me that you can go so far out from land and still be able ...
... to the beach house for a shower. Had a nice chat with dad about stuff and then went out again to the new shopping mall in Grand Baie called La Croisette! Really nice but we didn't get to spend too much time there as it was getting late and we had to come back to cook some fried noodles for dinner. However, we did shop at Food Lovers Market - an upscale supermarket, bought some fresh made roti with curry which ...
... in the process of building one.
The flight to Antananarivo, Madagascar was three hours long. I watched 90 minutes worth of courses on my iPad. I occasionally buy a lecture series from the Learning Company, and bought a video serious recently on the history of Asia Minor, the area covered by modern Turkey. I’ve been working my way through it when I have down time on planes or in my hotel rooms. It’s been quite interesting and given some useful ...
... and they said “oh, you mean the booze cruise.” Why does everyone keep calling it that? It was too late to switch. This was with an independent tour company, not through SAS. If it was through Semester at Sea, it would have been a lot classier…and it was. SAS actually did have basically the same thing, except better food and no alcohol. I didn’t sign up for that one, though, against my better judgment, because it was ...