Cape Garden Luxury Residence
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... many fields of sugar cane, beautifully ornate Tamil temples and wherever you looked you could see high volcanic mountains. All the vegetation looked green and lush. It was a very pleasant journey. We arrived at Trou D'Eau Douce, a small village on the east of the island where we were to board a boat to take us to Les Iles aux Cerfs. In fact, to our surprise, there was a fleet of speed boats to take us to the island. The journey took no longer than ...
Enjoyed our last breakfast and had our last eggs from the lovely egg lady! Went to reception to ask about keeping our room for longer and they gave it to us until 3pm without charge so we can't complain. And as advised by Reshma I asked for our lunch to be included which is a bonus. So headed straight for the pool, which was busy so we had to go on the beach, which was strangely empty. Very hot day. A bit if a rain shower in the morning ...
... tea in South Africa where it was developed by Afrikaners long ago from local plants. It’s hard to find outside of South Africa, but not here in Mauritius, so I often replenish our home supply when I come through.
I then walked down the street to the Happy Rajah, a good Indian restaurant in Quatre Bornes, where, since I wasn’t too hungry, I had a biryani and a Phoenix, the most popular local beer. I will make an early night of it and try to catch up on my ...
... sixteen people from ten different countries. So my trip was basically going to be an 11-in-1 cultural exchange program. The previous dilemma that I was facing was instantly resolved.
The first sight of Mauritius was an absolute feast for the eyes. I could see the tiny speck of land surrounded by the bluest water I'd ever seen in my life. The landing was even better, right between a perfect semicircular rainbow kissing the ground from end to end. This ...