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On the 'non-tourist' side of the island, very reasonable accommodation. Close to the airport, Blue Bay, and Ile aux Aigrettes. Clean, helpful and friendly staff, very good breakfasts. Perfect place to stay if you intend to use a rental car, or if you want to master the local buses.
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... the amazing coral formations that are over 800 years old (as big as hills growing from the sea bed) and the colourful fish he sees. I try to look interested. We have been to Maheburg a couple of times. One day we went to a local biscuit factory, which has been making biscuits by hand since 1870. The biscuits are still made out of manioc (cassava), and sugar a a little flavouring. ...
... and then had a long walk up the coast passing numerous resorts. We could do this because all beaches in Mauritius are public. We thought this is a great law.
After soaking in some nice beach time, we made our way inland to get some views of Chamarel Falls and a place called the 7 Colored Earth. It wasn’t very big, but it was interesting to see. The iron and aluminum minerals in the soils through different compositions and levels of ...
... bedroom was well-equipped!
Dinner at 9.30 was very welcome, after wine and nibbles (Chinese sausages) on the deck. Laura is a welcoming host and her husband has worked a lot in Sth Africa on and off. Many travel tales were shared before we fell asleep. They left for work this morning and we have the house to ourselves - great for a necessary day of resting, writing emails and doing washing. And the shower works well.
Tomorrow off to Madagascar.
Wednesday March 3rd, 2010
Port Louis, Mauritius
We docked on the Northwest corner of the Island and boarded a ferryboat to Le Caudan Waterfront. Around the Waterfront, there were strip malls and a large two storey mall. An underground walkway took us under the busy highway to another bustling area of food, clothing, spice and handicraft shops. After looking around, we hired a taxi ...
... boat ride along the coast to Trou Aux Biches. When we arrived we were briefed on the dive and in we went. We descended right above the wreck whihc was a n old fishing boat that sank in 1987. It felt very surreal as you've only really seen it on the TV! It was all rusted up, slightly on its side and it had the classic mast and chimneys. We started off by circling around the edge of the ship seeing all the ...