Villas mon Plaisir
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... and it makes it look like it's made out of red wax. He says that this is called the bleeding tree. The water lily pond is a standout. The water lily pads are about a metre across and there are hundreds of them. Ibrahim shows us a tree with huge roots that spread out above the ground many metres from the trunk. He says that this is called the witness tree. This is because a couple years ago a Chinese girl was taking a picture of her boyfriend sitting on one of the branches ...
... amp; Michelle had prawn skewers, all the food was top drawer and change from thirty quid. The evening never saw us more than around fifty yards from our rooms. PEREYBERE DAY TWO Light breakfast before heading out in the car for a bit of sight seeing, first stop was the most northerly point of Mauritius, not only that but some of the nicest views we've seen, really spectacular views across the bay with an attractive looking church nestled in the bay. Set off again in ...
At last the weather has returned to normal so we were all able to have a dip in the jacuzzi in the sunshine.After a quick visit to Kamil 's to print off our Chinese visa invitation letters and lunch we decided to have a last visit to La Preneuse beach dodging the odd shower for Sacha to have a swim. When we were there we met Agnes and also Alexandra an ...
... eggs, eventually this strange looking bird became extinct in 1681.
The island also used to have many gigantic tortoise but again no more of the giant variety remain today as they were killed for their succulent meat and in particular for oil which came from the neck area of these giant creatures. They could also live for hundreds of days so were often put onboard ships as food for the sailors long voyages.I think Warren mentioned 500 tortoise would make ...
buffet breakfast was very extensive and we had a very quick transfer back to
the airport where the driver reached 130km driving a minivan. The airport here
is also very modern but also very big. The flight was 3 ½ hours and we arrived
in Mauritius after dark but we could definitely tell we were in the tropics
because we stepped out into 27C and ...