Thursday, 24 March 2016

MAURITIUS PART 1. RELAX AT FOUR SEASONS RESORT ANAHITA

The Republic of Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of the african continent. The island is multiethnic, multi religious, multicultural, and multilingual. I went there with my husband for one week and we split the trip in 2 parts: the first 5 days we stayed in the East Coast in an area called Anahita, at Four Seasons Resort. The other 3 days, we went to the West Coast of the island and stayed very close to Port Louis, the capital. 
This post is about our first part of our trip at Anahita :)
Four Seasons Anahita has 136 villas built in 26 hectares of exotic palm tress and tropical nature. Our villa was so beautiful. It had kitchen, living room, dinning room, terrace with a garden and a bathroom with inside and outside shower. What I like the most was the private splash pool where we swam every morning and every night before going to bed. 
 The outside shower was also one of my favorite parts of our villa. 
 Breakfast was the perfect time to try and taste the variety of pastries,  anti-pasties, breads and different types of cheese that the hotel settled in a beautiful and unique presentation. 
 After trying everyday something different from this section, I always finished my breakfast time having Eggs Benedict, so delicious!  
The swimming pool area was perfect for relaxing. All the waiters were so attentive and  always had a big smile in their faces. 
I must say the sushi of the restaurant that is next to the pool, was so good! I ordered sushi everyday for lunch, it was that yummy that I sticked with it and didn´t want to try anything else.
Four Seasons also offers many water sports activities. I enjoyed so much doing paddling on board every day. If I were living by the sea, I will do this twice a day! so I took advantage of being there and did it as much as I could. 
 We couldn't missed to go to do snorkeling, besides seeing the underwater life, I was so astonished by the landscape and the mountains that we could spot from the open water while snorkeling, something unique that made this experience so special. 
Another nice aspect that we liked a lot about the hotel was the different beaches and places to go during the day. 
  The reason we flew to Mauritius was that my husband won an award thanks to his good performance during last year. The company he works for awarded the best ones in each position. I was and I am still very proud of him! Every night we had a cocktail or an event along with other colleagues of him who traveled to Mauritius from different parts of the world. 
Here, I am ready for the welcoming party. 
 I am wearing:

Jumpsuit: YDE (Young Designers Emporium)
Heels: Cotton On 
Clutch: Forever 21 

How cool was the set up of the Award´s Night? 
During our last day at Anahita, we went with friends to a waterfall. Mauritius has amazing landscapes and very exotic nature which reminds me a lot of my country. 
 It was so wonderful to explore to East Coast of Mauritius! 
Here we were ready to head to the West Coast. The adventure continues... 

Stay tuned. In my next post, I will take you through the other side of the island with pictures and a very cool video.

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Read also my review about Four Seasons Johannesburg here: http://www.agirlinafrica.com/2015/12/weekend-at-four-seasons-west-cliff.html





















  





















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