Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... were eager to drag out as much of the last morning as we dared to sacrifice in terms of returning the Aston Martin on time. We hit the road just after nine, after watching the first half of the boy's football cup final (proper football, not this Aussie Rule's nonsense). There was a quiet and sullen atmosphere in the car for most of the way back to Sydney. Not only had our time in Armidale come to an end, but we were so close to the end of our whole Australian holiday, only one ...
... for. Very Indian in style, loads if space, modern bathroom and a view if the sea. Within a minute if arriving, a bottle of paradise cove cava had arrived along with sweet treats and fruit skewers. There was also a sarong, hat, beach bag and a ?? For Glyn waiting for us on the enormous bed! We were told to go to the spa for a welcome massage as soon as we had sorted ourselves out, which we did. We are already feeling very spoilt! ...
... 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, ...
... and they said “oh, you mean the booze cruise.” Why does everyone keep calling it that? It was too late to switch. This was with an independent tour company, not through SAS. If it was through Semester at Sea, it would have been a lot classier…and it was. SAS actually did have basically the same thing, except better food and no alcohol. I didn’t sign up for that one, though, against my better judgment, because it was ...