Villa Joricho

Address: 154 Pointe Aux Sables Street, Port Louis, Mauritius | Villa
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This villa, located on 154 Pointe Aux Sables Street, Port Louis, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Port Louis

Port Louis and SSR Gardens

A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Aug 24, 2015

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... Our first stop is on one of the many hills that overlook Port Louis. Ibrahim tells us that there were originally 27 volcanoes in Mauritius. Issy starts laughing when he says this. The number 27 is a standing joke in our family for some long forgotten reason. Ibrahim can't work out why Issy finds the fact that there were 27 volcanoes in Mauritius so funny. We decide that we won't be able to explain it to him, mainly because we're not sure we understand it ourselves. I think ...

Shaped like an oyster

A travel blog entry by illuminati on Apr 09, 2015

5 comments, 26 photos

... obliging, she informed us that there was no vegetarian menu, but we could have mixed vegetables and rice.  In the spirit of being happy travellers and open to experience we accepted this and all ate the same meal, despite the decor and lack of diversity. I learned from Carlo, our waiter, and Barath, or sommelier, that when the QM2 docks in Mauritius, the local air craft carrier has to move out to sea and anchor while this ship is in port. Also, the QM2 ...

Gem of an island - Mauritius

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Mar 25, 2015

4 comments, 18 photos

... vases – we could have been tempted!!

Next was the model boat making factory where craftsman had make models of galleons (eg The Victory) and more modern ships (eg Titanic). Exquisite attention to detail and the finished products were very tempting to have on the mantelpiece at home - except for the aforementioned downsizing.

The whole of Mauritius is volcanic thus a visit to one of the craters of an extinct ...

Nothing like a sea day!

A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Mar 20, 2015

58 photos

... and March, when the Hindus celebrate the Maha Shivaratree, especially February 17th when the pilgrims crowd the highway for miles on their way to this site, many walking with bare feet from their homes to the lake. There are also temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman, Goddess Lakshmi and other Gods along the Grand Bassin. And the lake itself is teaming with fish, although I don’t know if that has any special significance ...

Home of the Dodos

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Dec 17, 2014

70 photos

... grounds offshore where marlin, sharks and barracuda dodge deep sea anglers. The Fort, or citadel as it is often referred, is really not much to see. Entry is free but the real highlight is the view looking down towards the port. There is a lovely park in the city near the National Museum and Government office with beautiful banyon and flame trees which were in bloom.