Villas mon Plaisir
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... crossing the road which is infinitely more dangerous,particularly in the rain. In the evening we went to another local restaurant called Moustache ,which has a moustache motif and had a meal with Miranda's old colleague Alexandra who has come to Mauritius from Nice for some winter sun only to find rain.Interestingly the restaurant has a wine shop next door and the wine list is their actual stock. It may be an expensive wine shop but with a minimal mark up was actually very good ...
... the major town on the eastern seaboard, and Miranda's husband Greg's home town. It has a nice promenade overlooking the bay which was the site of France's only naval victory over the British during the Napoleonic wars. It didn't do them much good as within the year the island was captured in a sneaky land invasion round the back. As Britain was only interested in protecting it's trade routes to India they left the French plantation owners ...
... that there were many Chinese artifacts and it really shows that there has been an ongoing relationship between China and Mauritius since centuries ago. It is also a little bit ironic because there was a room just to show off the Chinese artifacts that this family acquired when they lived there because things in China used to be so expensive... Now it obviously still is, duh.
So that was kind of it. It was worth going!
... car), from Dorrigo to Bellingen and back - twisting and turning the whole way from mountain high to valley floor, sheer drops on one side and towering cliffs on the other. It could have been mistaken for the Alps, we couldn't resist playing the James Bond theme to accompany our descent, it fitted perfectly into the setting and resulted in goosebumps for the whole ride.
The time came to part ways and I was reluctant to leave, I had the best few days of our adventure ...
... to the place with the seven colors of earth. For months, I have been under the impression it was sand at a beach. I was wrong. It is soil, clearly manicured on this owned property. Granted, the phenomena is real, but it felt too landscaped. The rain wet the soil to cloud how it actually looks, but I got the general idea. On this property was another viewpoint of another larger waterfall. As the water fell and echoed to the valley we were in, I felt even more peaceful. Despite the rain, ...