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TravelPod Member ReviewsTyvabro Mahebourg
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. ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... lotus gardens and lilly pads that were about 3 feet in diameter. It also had a tortoise pen with 14 giant tortoises. I really enjoyed seeing this magical place, even though we had all about soaked our clothing with sweat by this time. Matthew, Barrett and I decided to call it quits on the city tour by this time, and we caught a cab to a beach called Perebere (the official language of Mauritius is ...
... loads of nice French finger food and drink. Tim and I then taught her and her French friends (after a bit of translation) how to play 21's which was good fun and after the drink was finished we went to 'Terrible Infants' (translated from French), a local club thats got a pretty cool layed back vibe and still sells drinks at prices you would expect in wetherspoons and doesnt charge to get in! We ended up there til 4 then it was home ...