Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil

Address: Union Sugar Estate, Riviere des Anguilles, Mauritius | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Union Sugar Estate, Riviere des Anguilles.
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      Travel Blogs from Riviere des Anguilles

      A colourful & culinary experience

      A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Nov 18, 2014

      26 photos

      ... house was quite beautiful - two things in particular caught my eye, a beautiful embroidered bed cover & a rather intriguing wall decoration made out of champagne corks.
      It was time for us to return to the hotel & despite not having a fellow Brit to chat about the experience on the day I'm glad to share it with my fellow Brits now.
      With the colours of the Tamil temple and the delicious food it certainly was a colourful & culinary experience.

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      Trip to and Arrival in Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 04, 2014

      15 comments, 3 photos

      ... and thought about the historic places over or near which we flew. Down the coast of Italy, including ancient Rome; Anzio where American troops landed and fought a difficult battle in WW2, Monte Casino - where the casualties were so high- and the ruins of Pompeii. We flew over Mediterranean volcanoes including Stromboli, and over the straits of Messina, probably the location where Homer placed the monsters Scylla and the Charybdis in the Iliad. We flew over Libya, ...

      Our first day in Port Louis - crazy!

      A travel blog entry by evietravel on Jun 26, 2013

      6 photos

      Since we arrived, we haven't had time to go to Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius. And today is also the first time dad is opening his shop since Saturday. First thing we did was to go to the Post Office to get Rs25 stamps that is required to get a new birth certificate extract issued. The old original one that I had is becoming obsolete. There was a long line at the Post Office and one of the cashier took ages to fix her receipt machine! I even tried ...

      Sentimental Return to Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by bernie_hongerlo on Sep 28, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... some discreet, some outrageously clothed with defiant looks… and I couldn’t help but give a silent prayer asking our Heavenly Father "Thy Kingdom Come! Let’s make of all of these a happy bunch, shall we ?"

      I found the fairly recently completed Terminal 2E quite well done, very pleasantly decorated. The Charles de Gaulle Airport has been under construction for years; they seem to have finally achieved some of their objectives. I find ...

      One of those "longest days"

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 03, 2011

      6 comments, 3 photos

      ... the out-door, so to speak, to the departure waiting area. We had successfully completed the transit formalities. While waiting, I read a while and then watched the people, since there wasn’t much else to watch. It’s been pretty much established by ethnologists that the original Malagasy people came from the area around Borneo (now part of Indonesia) something like 2000 years ago. What a canoe trip that must have been! They mixed with East Africans, ...