Auberge Aquarella

6 Sivananda Avenue, Mahebourg, Mauritius | Inn
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This inn, located on 6 Sivananda Avenue, Mahebourg, is near Le Touessrok Golf and Dolphin Venture, Ltd..
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    Travel Blogs from Mahebourg

    Cyclone Imelda

    A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 14, 2013

    ... Glyn in the bar. It was an odd day and we were thinking this was how the rest if the holiday could be as the cyclone was still heading for us. So as we have a morning trip tomorrow we decided to book our full body massages for the afternoon to have a busy day, sun or no sun! It was a very hot and muggy evening, uncomfortably so. Straight after our meal we went back to the room but there was nowhere cool to be. Plus with another early morning tomorrow it was for the ...

    Weeks 69 to 73 - The Paradise Of Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by juliestaub on Aug 29, 2012

    70 photos

    ... terminology - beginner here - but I tell you, the surf was fantastic on Dal on Sunday! A few biggies did mess with my skills but mostly the ends of the waves were perfect for me to have a go on :)

    After the surf at one eye, we went with Lauras brothers to another spot accessible by boat where I ended up just chilling on the boat instead of having a go due to wave size and a bit of a current. I was more than happy to spend my time watching the others, taking ...

    Delicious Mauritius (2)

    A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

    4 photos

    ... to Mahebourg. Really excellent bus services throughout the island - like England in the old days. The buses were bilingual - notices in both French and English e.g. 'No Smoking', 'Veuillez ceder vos places aux personnes ages, malades et handicapes'. The buses were single-deckers; everyone had his personal bell to ring; the conductor wielded an old-fashioned metal ticket-machine, which produced large paper tickets just like the ones in England ...

    The island with the airport...

    A travel blog entry by silberregen on Jul 06, 2009

    20 photos

    ... became family and they helped me out sooo much, it's almost embarrassing.. I wish I could help them out some day. They're gorgeous, maybe I could teach Jack some German some day ;)



    The day I left to the airport was highly emotional, I sorta expected it but I didn't expect to see Anthony with wet eyes. The guy that doesn't get touched by ...

    Matty's here!

    A travel blog entry by b.herring on Jun 27, 2008

    ... so she sent us away for a couple of hours until it was ready. In the meantime we went into Grand Bay for a streetside kebab, a chat and a beer. Then it was back to the apartment to transfer the rest of our stuff and a quick shower in the new place. Quite happy with the new villa, nicely decked out with lots of garden space including coconut palms, and a paw-paw and pomegranate tree! The only problem being is its a bit communal with not many ...