A Hindu Seaside Festival on Mauritius JetSetting Fools

A Hindu seaside festival on Mauritius

One of the things we’ve enjoyed most about Flic en Flac, Mauritius is the fact that the locals are so visible, especially on the beach. It really shouldn’t come as a shock, but after our time in Southeast Asia where the beaches were void of residents enjoying the beach, it has been a welcome scene to see native people – not just tourists – able to enjoy the beauty that surrounds them.Read the rest


Evergreen trees at Flic en Flac Beach in Mauritius

Two sides of Flic en Flac, Mauritius: Resort and local

Flic en Flac, Mauritius is the ninth beach we’ve stayed on during our journey and if I was asked to pick a favorite one, I couldn’t do it. Each place has been so incredibly unique, with the only commonality being the vista of a coastline.Read the rest


View from Sugar Beach in Flic en Flac to Le Morne on Mauritius

Mauritius an Island Paradise

Ahhh, back to island life…in record time, too! We left Koh Lanta, Thailand, spent two nights in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, two nights in Perth, Australia and then landed in Flic en Flac  – and we’ve quickly discovered Mauritius is an island paradise.Read the rest