Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil

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

    Tales From A Land Down Under

    A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on Oct 26, 2013

    11 comments, 6 photos

    ... Australia.
    First stop, after heading back to Cairns for a few nights, was Brisbane. The day we spent there was crammed full of as much sight-seeing as is humanly possible in a matter of hours, and a lot of walking. Museums, art galleries, botanical gardens and another big swimming lagoon, this time on the banks of the river with its own make-shift beach. The river runs right through the city, and like Glasgow is crossed at countless points by bridges of all shapes and ...

    The white shorts

    A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Jul 30, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... maze of sugar cane. Finally, I came out of the sugar cane fields and the road opened up a bit and I could see huge volcanic mountains everywhere. I don't think I have ever seen mountains quite like it on an island. I was constantly coming across different river crossings and very unique looking trees. It seemed like
    around every corner there was something different to see. The ocean was amazing. It was a blue-green color that I don't think ...

    Visiting our hometown - Curepipe

    A travel blog entry by evietravel on Jun 24, 2013

    18 photos

    ... years in the store with mom and dad and grandpa. After we moved to the shop in Curepipe, we still used to love going to the store to visit grandpa or sometimes sleep over when mom and dad would go to the movie. I loved my grandpa, he was my favorite and I was his favorite too. He used to give us one rupee to buy snacks or he would let us get sweets from the store! He was a really unique grandpa, so funny and always made us laugh. For example, he used to say he ...

    Colourland

    A travel blog entry by mlccharlotte on Dec 11, 2011

    3 photos

    ... popular. The attire was smart casual so we didn't dress up fancy. The restaurant is open for dinner from 7:00pm to 10:30pm and we made a reservation for 8:00pm. I had the Lemon Rosemary Chicken which was the most amazing chicken I have ever had! For dessert I had chocolate, cinnamon and banana icecream which was very nice. Then we went back to our suite and went to bed which is what I am going to do now.

    Bye Travel Pod :)
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    Day 6: Port Louis, Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by danielandai on Jun 09, 2010

    28 photos

    ... would be quite small country but I understand why Jeff was talking about the country being overpopulated.
    There are quite a lot of people living here for the size of the country.
    The bus was full and the fare was RS30 because it was air-conditioned bus… apparently.


    After getting back to Grand Baie, we have decided to walk to the beach to see the sunset, then Daniel found the local boys playing ...