Veranda Palmar Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... operates as a restaurant and we chucked when there was a sign outside offering Pizza's.The house is still owned by the Guimbeau's a wealthy French family who we learnt throughout our tour owned tea plantations, sugar plantations and rum distilleries.The house has been a museum since the 1990's when the old lady of the house passed away.The owners did not want anything to change, and the house has retained all its period furniture and paintings and as we explored ...
... have more light to give you all a better idea of the surroundings. We will have a room till our checkout time, 14:00 and have already made arrangements with our cab driver to pick us up tomorrow to take us back to the airport. The airport in Mauritius is wonderful, new, organized and wifi to boot. We are off to the Seychelles on a 17:00 flight to Mahe. The girls sent an email and have arrived safely in Cape ...
... join together and form some really delicious dishes, that I have tried. Another thing I learnt was the religions in Mauritius. Before I started the religion category I was expecting to write a lot of disagreements but I got the total opposite. I found out that Mauritians have this natural way of just leaving each other alone of their differences. The most interesting category that I ...
... 20 years with developments popping up all over the once uninhabited mountain, and the loss of a huge portion of once very rustic beach to 5 star resorts but I'll admit, there is still a lot of that Mauritian charm left on the island, and to be fair, it's not that hard to find your own private beach or spot in one of the beautiful nature reserves like the Black Rive Gorge to remind you of why you came here in the first place and why people try so hard to get a piece of ...
... Hindu festival, was celebrated on October 26th. I know Diwali from Dar es Salaam, but this was on a bigger scale; banks were closed all day, shops shut down at midday. We walked around the streets of Mahebourg in the evening to view the lights decorating the local houses. Poorer houses, that could not afford strings of fairy lights, used candles in bowls.
We ate Cadbury's chocolate imported from Port Elizabeth; I almost bought cheap ...