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Mauritius marked our farthest point from home, in terms of miles, and the mid point of our journey, in terms of time away. We planned for 6 days of sunshine and relaxation, mostly on the beach.... but alas the weatherman had different ideas. It started raining late on our first day and stayed wet for three days. However, there is more to see in …
... were like hallways, sort of. And we compete in a variety of competitions all leading up to the “Sea Olympics”. This is a giant day filled with a variety of activities with the winning sea being the first people to be let off the ship when we disembark in San Diego. The Sea Olympics were scheduled to take place during our Mauritius-India stretch, but since we lost a day of class we needed to move the sea Olympics to the first day back from India. Since my sea (the Aegean ...
... all our stuff and went into our resort Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita. It was beautiful, and I had a view of the crystal clear ocean every where I went. I just wanted to quickly unpack my stuff and jump into the ocean! Unfortunately my parents made me unpack everything before I got to go and swim and I also had to have a two hour nap! UGH! So we were taken to our villa and when I saw it I was so ...
In regards to the title, please refer to previous blog entry. :-) Also we are sorry again about the delay for this post. The internet is a bit more difficult to come by here in Africa...
On Wednesday, we took a bus up the coast to go to an island called Ile aux Cerfs that is just off the east coast. Today happened to be the Muslim holiday of Eid Mubarak (end of Ramadan), so we were a little concerned that it would be hard to get various services, but ...
... correct as dentCare only sprung for a quarter of a page. Ah, a trick question.
The =following is a quote from the “Once Upon A Time” column in the The
Islander. “1810 is one of the most significant years in Mauritius’
history. Although the French victory in the Battle of Vieux Grand Port
was something of a military exploit, it turned out to be insignificant
in the long run.” The meaning of ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.