Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... areas we discovered more about this wealthy Mauritian family. It was quite easy to become immersed in the colonial past of the island.
There was an old piano in the sitting room, the ivory keys so worn, but you could imagine all the tunes that had been played on it over the years.
There was nothing pretentious about the house but as we sat enjoying the view from the garden we could imagine how it must have been living in a Mauritian Plantation Hiuse.
... scary big, that live in the lake. They’re considered sacred, and so are very well fed.
A few years ago a 100-foot high statue of the Hindu god Shiva was constructed, and I could see that another monumental statue is now under construction.
After a brief visit to shoot some photos and video, I drove back to Mahébourg where I’ll spend my last night in Mauritius on this trip. Tomorrow, I will be traveling on to Reunion Island 140 miles to the ...
Dress: In Mauritius, religion plays a big part on how you dress. The Muslims in Mauritius, dress the same as they would in Western countries. Hinduists dress in saris as the women would usually do. The older generation is very firm with traditional dressing. With the increasing number of tourists coming to Mauritius, the trousers, shirts and shorts are slowly growing through the island. It's very similar with the Creole side of things. ...
... 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 ...
... a contrast to the noise and confusion of the day’s processions. And honoring the God who meekly accepted a gruesome and undeserved death to take the place of guilty people, does contrast with the posters and statues of gods with tongues extended, carrying knives, swords and sometimes the heads of enemies they had slain.
We were seven to take the New Testament Passover, with Jacqueline’s two daughters there to observe. ...