Villa La Rose Des Vents

Le Morne, Mauritius | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in Le Morne, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Le Morne

Trip to and Arrival in Mauritius

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 04, 2014

15 comments, 3 photos

... br> The Air Mauritius (code share with Air France) flight was full, as usual, and left on time. 12 hours to go!

The space between rows was less that on American planes. Mauritians usually are, as the French, slighter than us "Anglo-Saxons" as the French often refer to English-speakers (think of guys with horns on their helmets and axes in hand about to pillage Rouen…). That morphology is taken into account in row spacing, so when the lady in front of ...

Journey In Mauritius 3

A travel blog entry by curry_g on Sep 01, 2013

2 photos

... when all the different cultures got involved. Most of the people on the island are descendants of, labourers from India (indo-Mauritians), traders from China, (Sino-Mauritians), Slaves from Africa (Afro-Mauritians) and French settlers (Franco-Mauritians). The people at Mauritius, consider themselves one, despite different customs and communication. This is why Mauritius is such a great example for united cultures being ...

A very long day (and night)

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 31, 2013

7 comments, 6 photos

... won’t use his services again; bad calculation on his part.

I had dinner at the hotel restaurant then settled my bill. I had to be at the airport at 01:00 for a 02:50 departure, so I wanted to try to sleep a little before leaving. I set my alarm and went to bed at 9:00 pm and managed to sleep about two and half hours before catching the shuttle to the airport. I had access to the lounge since I was flying Kenya Airways (they're partnered will Delta and ...

Entry 7

A travel blog entry by adunning on Sep 28, 2011

1 comment, 1 photo

... who colonized it in the 18th century. After the abolition of slavery n 1835 all the slaves were set free and started their own lives in Port Louis. Currently more than 75% fo Port Louis citizens are Indian with nixed origins.
When we drove into Port Louis, we decided to have a little look around before we went shopping avoiding the busiest street Sir Seewoosagur street of course. First we went to have a look at a very historic building called ...

Karma and Chocolate Sushi

A travel blog entry by abmorrison on Oct 15, 2010

14 photos

... Later we met our friends, Brittney, Kate, Alyssa, and Lonyae. We then went to what would be a really fun dinner! The 6 of us went to an Asian fusion restaurant at the resort. We got there and a lot of other semester at sea kids were eating and frankly being really obnoxious and rowdy. We sat down and waited for our server. Service was slow but we were content to hang out and enjoy each other. After a while, we were finally served. Our food was DELICIOUS. The whole time we ...

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