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Travel Blogs from Le Morne
... cane everywhere. There is no sign of an ambulance so hopefully no one was hurt. We see lots of fires in the cane fields. Issy says she doesn't think they burn cane in Australia any more. She says they use pesticides to do the same job. I think I'd prefer they used fires. We check in. They want to check our bags right through to Melbourne. The baggage allowances from Mauritius to Perth are different to those from Perth to Melbourne. For them to be able to check everything ...
... was very overcast and threatening on the boat trip, but the clouds have now blown away and it is sunny. It is very pleasant on the beach. It gets cooler late in the afternoon so we go back to our room. Issy sorts through photos on her camera. She isn't happy. She says that it has frozen. After a few minutes she realises that it hasn't frozen. What has really happened is that she has pressed a few wrong buttons, and the camera is in the process of ...
... after it. I then quickly remember that I am at the top of sheer cliffs about 400 metres high virtually all around me. Luckily my hat snags on a bush and I am able to retrieve it. I decide that I should put my hat in my pocket and sit down. I don't think Issy would be too pleased with me if I fell off a cliff a couple of days before we got home. Yan says that in a few minutes we will start to go down. He says that before we do this he will give us some tips on how to do this ...
... lots of golf balls in the canal. If I was playing, some of them would be mine. If I was playing, some of my clubs might be in the canal as well. The beach at Dinarobin doesn't look quite as nice as the beach at Le Paradis. It is much wider and more windswept, and the sand is much coarser and harder to walk on. It also looks quite rocky in the water. There don't seem to be too many people staying here. The beach is almost empty. We stop for ...
... come to Mauritius. Ibrahim says that we don't need to worry if we go hiking either. He says that there aren't any dangerous land animals in Mauritius. I remember seeing a brochure for Mauritius that showed leopards and elephants roaming around. I wonder why Ibrahim doesn't think that these are dangerous. Maybe they were in a zoo. I hope so. If Ibrahim doesn't think that leopards and elephants are dangerous, maybe he doesn't think that sharks are dangerous either. I begin to ...
Other places to stay in Le Morne
Pointe Sud Ouest Le Morne 1 Le Morne Road, Le Morne | 4 star hotelfrom $145
- Indian Resort and Spa Mauritius
- Honeymoon Paradise!
- Super Urlaub!
Le Morne Peninsula, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $369
Le Morne Peninsula, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $270
Coastal Road, Le Morne | 5 star hotelfrom $253
Casa Noyale, Le Morne | 3 star hotelfrom $280
Le Morne | 4 star hotelfrom $248
Royal Road-Black River, Le Morne | Hotelfrom $40