Passport to the World. Mauritius

Mauritius. – I was invited back to ’Passport to the World’ on Radio Helderberg 93,6fm by Cathy Retief-Neil, to talk about my visit to Mauritius, where I discovered Paradise Found and stayed at the beautiful One&Only Le Saint Geran, flying there with South African Airways. Such an incredible happy experience and certainly one of my ultimate travel highlights.

Do listen and find my many blog posts that describe the experience here:

Mauritius. Paradise Found. The One&Only Le Saint Geran with South African Airways. | Eureka House. | The Grand Bassin and Sacred Hindu Temples. | Bois Chéri Tea. | Grand Baie. | The Rhumerie de Chamarel Rum Diaries. | The Smugness of Being. On a Catamaran. | Mauritius. Street Scenes. | Mauritius. Port Louis Market. | Videos – A collection of Interviews and Memories.

Websites you’ll need – with my warm thanks to all who hosted me:
Manley CommunicationsOne&Only Le Saint Geran | South African Airways

Listen to Radio Helderberg and tune in to Cathy’s show every Wednesday at 10am. Especially for the incredible Trafalgar Tours competition which is running at the moment. You could win a trip to Spain!

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