Le Surcouf Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Surcouf Hotel & Spa Trou d'eau Douce
Travel Blogs from Trou d'eau Douce
... soft beige – rust coloured back which peels off and looks like puff pastry. I think we have a similar tree at home – the Paperbark Tree which the Aboriginals used to use.
There was a picnic area with tables and chairs scattered in amongst hundreds of these trees. We came to a clearing and walked over a small wooden bridge with a small creek running beneath, then up some steps to a larger clearing with a viewing platform. We ...
... statue. 4. Rochester Waterfall Getting there is really an adventure! It is hardly signposted and only thanks to our navigation system did we find it. The narrow dirt road with too many potholes and mud led inbetween sugarcane fields to a rocky and full carpark. After climbing or slipping down the hill we arrived at the bottom of these falls which are known for the organpipe looking rock formation. It is eay to imagine how our car looked like after this side ...
... put us into the Christmas spirit as this was the first time in over a decade that we hadn't been to Winchester to watch the County Youth Band play. There was a special buffet laid on and sprouts were on the menu. Two happy women! The manager told us that the last couple of days had been hell in the hotel as the rain had cooped up all the clientele and they had over a hundred children. Everyone was getting stir crazy ...
... The boat ride out over the water was so beautiful. The water was crystal clear and looked like the biggest swimming pool you have ever seen. I couldn't get over how amazing the color of the water was. The surf was firing. It was 6-8ft and just mechanical along this shallow reef. The wave had everything, barrel sections in the beginning and by the end you could do turns until your legs burned. There was ************e out, maybe 6 of us, but of ...
... talking in our own native language. It was almost as if we were making a sensible conversation and could understand each other. We spoke like this for a long time. All languages, at one table, together. It was one of the more memorable and impactful events of my trip. After a long day we'd look forward to sitting with each other and sharing our experiences. I found that to be a great activity because I basically got to live their experiences along with my ...