Asso Villa

Belle Mare, Mauritius | Villa
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    Travel Blogs from Belle Mare


    A travel blog entry by peteranderica on Mar 28, 2014

    8 photos

    We arrived in the capital, Port Louis, at 6am. We had set our alarm for 6.15 for the early immigration examination and indeed the first passengers were called for examination at 6.30. We were not seen until 7.50. As we entered Carmen's, where the immigration staff were stationed, our passports were handed to us by a P&O officer, we then produced these to the immigration staff who looked at the photographs, handed the passports back to us and we then ...

    Time to decompress before touring

    A travel blog entry by bernie_hongerlo on Sep 28, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... modern section is being built at the Airport, quite modern and impressive. Immigration took a while. Life is at a slower pace here. I changed dollars in Mauritius rupees (with no commission or extra fees), read about 50 little signs from people picking-up passengers, didn’t find my name (even though some insisted I needed to follow them) went beyond the crowd of avid greeters (often taxi drivers!) and saw Jocelyn Prodigue, one of our faithful members in the ...

    Arrival in Mauritius

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 15, 2011

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... than usual. I picked up my rental car called a Proton Kenari, a boxy ski-boot of a car I had never seen before. I asked the attendant who made it, and he replied in French "it’s Malaysian." Then he thought better of it and looked closely again “or Korean…” he guessed helpfully. If so, I hoped it was from South Korea. We’ll see what happens.

    After the 40 minute drive to Quatre Bornes, I parked on the ...

    Brave New Port

    A travel blog entry by gudell on Apr 06, 2010

    8 photos

    ... our way to Eureka (pronounced Erica by our tour guide). Again, the bus ride is like a thrill ride. Every bus ride, in every country we have been in has really been an experience. It is amazing that when these people immigrate to North America they are able to understand how to work within our rules of the road. Eureka is a beautiful old home that is now set up more as a museum. We finished off our tour with some ...

    Snorkelling and a walk, but mostly more bludging

    A travel blog entry by penny71 on Jul 07, 2008

    7 photos

    ... shared a starter of spicy squid, then I had a prawn curry and Darren had creole fish. Both were served with a sauce made of tamarind and coriander and were delicious. Darren drank beer and I passed on the wine, since I suspected $56 for Jacobs Creek c******nay may be indicative of the price-quality ratio, and had a Sealovers Delight cocktail, compete with orange peel strip artistically made into a seahorse! We both had dessert, although we didn't need it - I had ...