Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and was greeted by the Beach Trolley, an electric golf card with a drinks bar and food on the back. The system is simple, there are two flags near the lounges; RED for 'Do not Disturb' and BLUE for 'Service Please'. Just plant your preference at the end of the lounge and your wish is granted. Mine was a complimentary Virgin Pinacolada, (no alcohol). A swim in the warm water and back to the lounge and contemplating the next paragraph. To be ...
... 2,000 feet skyward.
From CurePipe, our next stop was the
Holy River. Our guide explained that this river is sacred to
Hindu's; and is considered akin to the Ganges river in India. There
is a belief that the water is holy. Beside the highway, a giant God
Vishnu, stood 125 feet high.
Upon entering the temple on the Holy
River, we descended a flight of stairs, and in front of us were
several families preparing ...
... karate guy and would demonstrate for us at the shop. Also, when we heard 'marchand confits' coming down the street, we would ask him to go and stop him so we can buy confits. He would go out and clap his hands really loud! Next stop was Otter Barry Primary school where we attended for the first three years of schooling, that is from kinder to 2nd grade. I have no recollection of that school since I was too little. The only memory I have is walking through a ...
... of the time factor. It is difficult for visitors to assess the time needed to travel from point to another, since the mileage seems minimal to the average Westerner. Yet, as our American couple is starting to realize it, traffic is a problem on some of these islands, and it may take you one hour or two to go from point A to point B when it would only take you one half hour in the States! It’s why it’s important to choose a hotel ...
... be by after work around 6:30.
The Prodigues arrived at the expected time and we chatted for a while in the lobby discussing the situation in Mauritius since my last visit and also our schedule for the next few days. The news was good overall, and it’s very good we can be together for the next few days. They confirmed to me that this will be the first Passover observance for the members in Mauritius to be personally conducted by an ...