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... scary big, that live in the lake. They’re considered sacred, and so are very well fed.
A few years ago a 100-foot high statue of the Hindu god Shiva was constructed, and I could see that another monumental statue is now under construction.
After a brief visit to shoot some photos and video, I drove back to Mahébourg where I’ll spend my last night in Mauritius on this trip. Tomorrow, I will be traveling on to Reunion Island 140 miles to the ...
When I went to Mauritius, I went to three Festivals: These three festivals that I'm about to introduce to you have been made for religious purposes. They are celebrated by many other people on the island as well. The festivals mean a lot to the Mauritian people because of how religious the people are. MAHA SHIVARATREE Also known as, the Great Night Of Shiva, this is a festival where people walk from all places, to get to the ...
... around 40 rupees.
- The prices on the card in restaurants/for trips are excl. VAT so it looks much cheaper than it is.
- In the Nord it is more expansive than in the South of Mauritius.
- My and Lara bought mountain bikes! So when Riverland is going to be open we can go on the bike to work.
- There are no bustimes. You just need to wait till it comes.
- If they say 15 minutes it definitly takes more than a hour before there ...
... no cure, so prevention is the key.
I signed all the papers to get the keys to a rental car, and waited while the attendant hunted all over the parking lot for it. When he finally found it and I drove out I concentrated mentally on driving on the left side of the road. It takes a few minutes to get back into that habit, and even then I know that for at least several days I will be turning on the windshield wipers when I want to turn on the turn ...
... we took to traveling the island ourselves.
What we did this first day in Mauritius was perfect and it is something I would recommend to anyone traveling to a foreign place, whether it is a different state or a different country. The three of us hired a driver for the day, paid him a good amount of money, and he showed us around the majority of the island. Our driver’s name was Sakish (pronounced Sack-eesh) and let’s just say we got more than ...