Villa Pierre

Address: Trou d'eau Douce, Mauritius | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Trou d'eau Douce.
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Travel Blogs from Trou d'eau Douce

Port louis in the rain

A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Jan 23, 2015

25 photos

... s more gelatinous than the coconuts at home and absolutely delicious.Another foodstuff we had been looking for were the local chili flavoured fried lentil balls,gateaux pimment.Not long ago they were the only fast food available but now sadly the locals want pizza,burgers and the like. Thankfully some locals directed us to the one man who had them in the food hall.We had the last few and each one cost the princely sum of 3 pence. An opportune moment to get rid of our loose change. ...

Tamarin Beach

A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Dec 27, 2014

11 photos

This morning we decided to visit the other local beach in Tamarin across the bay from the Tamarina beach hotel where we had lunch during a tropical storm on Christmas Eve. That part of the beach is reached by paddling through a small channel but we decided to stay on the village side as there was more shade available at the ...

Le Thé de Bois Chéri

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Dec 09, 2013

9 photos

... sur les
particularités de cette culture dans l'histoire de notre île. Y sont
exposés : des machines anciennes liées à la production théière, des
services à thé du 19ème siècle, des photos, tableaux et documents
introduisant à la connaissance de plusieurs centaines d'infusions
différentes.






Pour illustrer le tout, une dégustation des produits de la gamme Thé de Bois Chéri
est proposée dans un chalet ...

A very long day (and night)

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 31, 2013

7 comments, 6 photos

... during which I was thinking of the road down the mountain. Water ran under the door and into the hall, to be pushed back with a local version of a squeegee.

As the rain tapered off and stopped, the ladies served the “picnic” the last event of our collective time. It consisted of a piece of chicken, unleavened bread, potatoes, half an avocado, a boiled egg and a Fanta. Called a picnic because it was all served cold, it was still the best meal ...

Cape of good Hope, Cyclones, Mauritious

A travel blog entry by emmamcisaac on Mar 11, 2012

1 photo

... our questions were answered as we could hear the yells of anger and annoyance from down the hall. The ship was taking away one of our ports.



Now Mauritius is an interesting port. For those who don’t know where it is, it is east of Madagascar off the coast of Africa. It is a very tropical island that Mark Twain once described as heaven. It is an especially interesting port for Semester at Sea, however. It is typically treated as “spring break”, ...