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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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... age, and smokers may be a dying breed. While tobacco may not be the mode here, alcohol surely is. Rum, or rhum, is massively popular and Rick, ever curious, will endeavour to discover why. The results of his research will be reported in this blog as soon as they become available.
Now for the ethno-religious overview. The largest group appear to be African, followed by Indians. In this village of Mahebourg Christianity is dominant. There are a great many brands of the ...
... tasting on one of the best viewpoints on the island. After the tour I checked out a crocodile nature Park which included loads of tropical wildlife as well as boring ones like goats and sheep. As my time draws to a close here the remaining days are pretty much fully booked with an invitation to play golf on the most prestigious course here (I can barely hit the ball so this will be fun) as well as a wedding. No rest for the ...
... cutlets and fresh bread for lunch. After lunch, we had a shower and finally had a nap late afternoon. So we didn't go out that afternoon as we wanted to. Andrew also was sleeping and didn't want to wake up. It was all good, we were very tired anyway. Dinnertime came and we went to eat at Fortune Eight restaurant in Chinatown. The food was ok! Here are some photos on arrival ...
... class or with advanced frequent flyer cards – which I have for the group Kenya Airways is in). I saw across the way that the sign for the premium door was lit, so I left the line I was in and pulled my suitcase over only to find it closed and locked with thick chain. A Kenya Airways employee on the curb explained: they are not open yet. So I pulled my suitcase back over the first line and went to the back once again. It had grown longer.
... the strong winds we had that day, it was awesome to watch. The waves were really high and we got so close that we could feel the spray coming up 50 meter high cliffs.
Near there, were Rochester Falls (a strange name on an island where everything else was French) and so we had to check them out. The falls were really great but the road to the falls was half the adventure. The way was mostly dirt roads that wove through fields of sugar cane. ...