Friday, February 22, 2013

Part 2: Port Louis, Mauritius


Not so much a stadium as a school sports ground.
But good to see that the "Madiba Magic"reaches out across the globe

This waterfront development was designed by a South African

This rather quirky statue was carved on site by a local artist,
using a variety of wood

And this is the artist...
PEM
Phillipe Edwin Marie...

A carousel...used mainly on the weekend

This facade would make a great prison...in a movie
It is,in fact, a grain loading facility

Fishing boats all in a row

Port Louis has its own casino...
this lion guards it!

YUP, many of these here...

Going up?
or down...

Looks like a railway station platform

I would also have anger...

Guarding the coastline
the old and the new...

Spot the odd one out

Time to play at being Don Quixote...
Now if I could just find a donkey

Window and pipe...

TAXI!

And behind door number 1...

Please be seated

Take me home...please!

TRIP SPONSORS

www.tourism-mauritius.mu


www.airmauritius.com
This airline offers 10 daily and 3 night flights a week from Johannesburg
There are 3 direct return flights a week from Cape Town


For reservations or further information, call World Leisure Holidays on 0860 954 954
Email them:
res@wlh.co.za

or visit their website:
www.wlh.co.za


Island transport provided by:
SummerTimes
www.summer-times.com



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