Veraclub Le Grande Sable

Address: Belle Mare, Mauritius | Resort
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This resort is located in Belle Mare.
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    Travel Blogs from Belle Mare

    Heathrow terminal 4

    A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 07, 2013

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    ... easyjet run! On the plane we had two seats on their own. The plane was quite empty so everyone spread out. We were well looked after with free drinks, two meals, snacks and hot towels- luxury compared to what we're used to! Lights went out at 8pm probably because of the kids inboard, so it made it a long 12 hour flight! Saw gorgeous mountains over north Italy and a lovely sunrise over the ...

    The Beauty of Africa

    A travel blog entry by marielbird on Oct 12, 2011

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    ... I could tell was an experience that was lived rather than idealized. We attended the Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival, and I believe that our entire group of 10 agreed that it was one of the most culturally rich experiences they had ever seen. Yes, I think that I could live in Swaziland.

    This is just a taste of the places that I have been fortunate enough to see and I cannot wait to continue my journey of exploration. Lucky is not even the word.

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    Mauritius Island second HD

    A travel blog entry by amanda_marmotte on Feb 10, 2009

    ... me feel much taller than you are I'm just a peeping tom On my own for far too long Problems with the booze Nothing left to lose I'm weightless... I'm bare I'm faithless... I'm scared I'm weightless... I'm bare I'm faithless... I'm scared I'm weightless... I'm bare I'm faithless... I'm scared I'm scared I'm scared I'm scared I'm ...

    Leg Time......

    A travel blog entry by b.herring on Jun 13, 2008

    ... a couple of bleeds he was down to the bone from a superior aspect (on top) and i was asked to hold the foot up so he could scrape the tissue off of the bone, then he put an instrument inferior to the bone (underneath) and asked for the 'Jigli' saw, which is basically a bit of serrated cheese wire which was put round underneath the bone and then using a see-saw motion he cut through the bone. Holding onto the leg while he ...

    Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by hayesbk on Mar 17, 2007

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    ... anything was. And these people didn't say excuse me, or let you know they're coming. And there was nowhere to go to get out of the way so even though, so for twenty minutes we were just in the way of everyone. I don't know if I've ever said "excuse me" or "I'm sorry" so many times in such a short period of time. It didn't get better once we got outside, either. The streets were filled with people, and after the shopping extravaganza (the checker ...