Travel Blogs from Mahebourg
... 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 ...
... quantity without quality. When Alice requested hotter tea, the waiter brought her hot water only - no tea-bag.
At Pereybere Beach we bought very cheap food from the kiosk there - vegetable rotis, somosas, bajias.
The beach at Pereybere was small but excellent - pure blue water, white sand, uncrowded, lovely sunny weather, ground doves foraging in the sand. We walked there from our hotel, twice ...
Mauritous gave us a great welcome. Sights we visited were a factory making model boats. These were not the standard ship in a bottle and it is anybody's guess how to take one back with you - hardly fit a suitcase and getting them through quarantine into Australia would be a nightmare. So we just admired them.
Next we visited an extinct volcano with the crator full of water moving ...
... of the civil marriage.
the couple wishes to celebrate a religious wedding, have a party after
the wedding, Anna & Rajat Holidays Ltd. can organise the same at
the clients’ expenses.
drinks, video, photos etc can be organised by Anna & Rajat Holidays
Ltd. and paid locally.
... time. After a decent journey we thought it was ime to chill out so dropped our towels andhad a bit of a sun bake for a couple of hours. Then we went for an explore wih endless incredible views, real postcard stuff with starfish and etc strewn on the beaches - just paradise. Then it was time to head back to the boat to go to a waterfall. Again the coastguard were out but Steve had a word with the driver and he agreed to take us ...