Villas mon Plaisir
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pointe Aux Piments
... we set with our taxi driver, AKA “Mario Andretti” who was youngish (35 yo old we found out later) and like Jeff was a salesman – instant ******** rapport there.
Joyce, Doug and I squash like sardines into the back of small Toyota sedan while Jeff holds court in the front seat with Mario - salesman to salesman.
I was surprised at how large the town of Port Louis was – we did not drive ...
... swimmers, everybody is equal, the poorest of the poor kids still just love a day at the beach. True to form I get bored fairly quickly so find a nearby bar for a swifters before returning to the beach and dragging the girls off to a very pleasant beachside bar. Pre dinner drinks on our balcony before hitting the bright light of Pereybere, this turns out to be a trip to a couple of bars before settling in a barbecue restaurant for tea, chicken & lamb for me ...
... the first in the southern hemisphere to achieve a [green] rating – the most widely used method of certifying sustainability. With an instantly recognizable elliptical shape that is now an icon of Mauritius, the MCB prides itself on eco features such as rainwater harvesting, use of recycled products in all its furniture and flooring, and low energy lighting.” I like the looks of it.
Well, good-bye Mauritius, we’re going to ...
... out next week to join us for a holiday. We were still Python like for the rest of the day until the temperature finally dropped at dusk and then enjoyed a glass of beer in the jacuzzi and played charades which was quite a surreal experience to say the ...
... lots of surfing. (The Gold Coast is the next host of the Commonwealth Games, it will be an amazing venue for such a big event, but obviously after we've shown them a thing or two.) Base camp for the week in Surfer's was a hostel just back from the beach, everything there was just back from the beach. It was nothing special but we met some great, friendly and like-minded people with whom we could swap stories, pass on ideas and get recommendations on the best things to do ...