Le Surcouf Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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This morning it was light enough to really admire the mountain and sea views from the terrace although there had been a tropical storm overnight so no photo opportunity. after breakfast it was time to head for the airport to collect Angharad. thankfully the plane was delayed so we weren't late. Then it was off to the north of the island to have lunch with Bob and Yvonne who were on holiday but leaving tonight. Bob and Sebastian both worked for CBS records years ago and ...
... the visit is nice, thanks to the guide very pro and smiling. A small microphoneso it avoids sacrificing the vocal cords would be there too a good sense. !!
I was a bit surprised at these working conditions both during the picking in the factory and Iamazes me that everyone left happy to the resort !
THE TEA ROUTE
TheGroup Saint Aubin, is now positioned as the leader in thediversity of the Mauritius sugarcane industry. ...
... next, even more fish, the water was quite shallow and we could see quite nicely. As we headed out further we got very near to where the waves were breaking, we were in quite a small boat and we started to get a lot of movement in the boat. Claire turned to me and asked if I was alright, I have been known to be a little green on the water at times. I was fine, however, the motion got ...
Got up early this morning as we had booked onto the catamaran trip. Had breakfast and headed straight down to the marina, only to find the trip had been cancelled due to strong winds. Disappointing but understandable as its very windy. So re-booked the trip for Friday and decides to spend the day on the beach. We were well looked after by Reshma who kept serving us drinks and getting us to try their run cocktails! Had lunch in cosy bar which ...
Over the past four months I have been to places that I had pictured myself visiting only in my dreams. Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Swaziland – the name of each country still sounds so far away – places of fantasy or fiction or dreamlands not real – and yet I have stepped foot in each one. I am still not sure that I believe it, but even months later, I relish the moments when I am able to open the folders containing the ...