Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We kept our decision to come to Mauritius a secret since booking the trip in about Feb. because we wanted to surprise our friends who were going there for a surf ski race competition. We arrived on the 28/6/14 and spent our first night at Blue Bay. There was only 1 restaurant open, where I had 1 rum punch, and had my head blown off- too strong for me. Walking around Blue Bay in the morning, it looked picturesque, and warrants a return before we leave Mauritius. We caught a local bus ...
... the Clyde, however, it is the hub of where most of the city's population choose to exercise, almost excessively. The walkway that covers the length of the banks are a perfect example of how obsessed the country is with keeping fit. Absolutely everyone, young and old, is out jogging, walking or cycling. Going for a casual stroll along the front is near impossible, you are constantly dodging out of folk's way to avoid being flattened. This was a major running theme, no ...
... and Tosca picked us up(Lara and my self). We first went again to Grand Bassin but the good thing was that there were quick sightseers and now it was dry and I could so the beautiful lake their. After that we went to Alexandra waterfalls it was a really beautiful view and on one side we even could walk on the waterfall! After that we droved by Macode again and we ended up at Gris we were watch the sunset with some nice beers. Then we drove to Blue Bay ...
... Mauritius around 7 pm local time (time difference to HK is 4 hours). Since the next connection to Madagascar was two days later, Air Mauritius was kind enough to provide us with 2 free nights in the Moevenpick resort. (A fact we found out more or less by accident.)
It is about a 45min drive from the airport to the resort, ...
... meat samosas (small closed pastries filled with vegetable curry or meat), and delicious unleavened chapatti (whole-wheat Indian bread – similar to nan). Dessert was a custard pudding with fresh fruit and tapioca.
Taking turns we shared our personal stories about how we came to our faith. In some cases it took decades with many starts and stops, sometimes it took much less time. Sometimes there was a defining "light ...