Villas mon Plaisir
Travel Blogs from Pointe Aux Piments
... sand dunes which change
color. Behind a distant fence were huge tortoises basking in the
sun. They looked like dinosaurs with their huge eyes, and leathery
skin. Then one of them began to chase the smaller one.
“What are they doing?”
“The birds and the bees,” someone
replied. And everyone broke into laughter.
Our next stop was to see the waterfall
and the gorge at ...
... place, it is cracking. The next morning we took off early, armed with newly acquired maps and directions, in what I can only describe as a public embarrassment of a car - bright red with a Slash motif down one side, Bruce Lee down the other and no hub-caps! A little bit of me died inside when I first set eyes on it at the rental place, but after covering over sixteen hundred kilometres in just a few days I began to come round to it...who am I kidding, it was the worst car I've ...
... I still remember when Prisunic first opened its doors and people lined up to go in. We were around 7 or 8 years old and mom had surprised us with new pair of shoes that she bought from there. She was the best mom ever, always did so much for us! She loved us so very much! Such a shame that we can't spoil her now. Final stop at Couvent de Lorette de Curepipe, our high school - girls only. School had just finished and we were able to visit all around, the ...
... good, aunts jos came a little bit later. We got out of the airport and had to find a guy that would direct us to our 'bus'. He was sitting in the corner being lazy haha! We had to wait a bit for the rest of the people to come to the bus, but while we were waiting we talked to an old man. Wow he has done some traveling in Australia and New Zealand. We were finally on the road! Some buildings are old and look like they have been abandoned. Some are ...
... numerous students who thought the time ashore affordrd them the chance to get spectacularly drunk before noon. Semester at Sea already has a bad reputation on the island due to unruly, intoxicated students (in fact we have been banned from spending the night there) and unfortunately a handful of students continued the tradition of treating Mauritius as a spring break. It's a shame because it really is an island paradise that they won't remember.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking