Saturday, November 1, 2014

A Spa with a view. Le Spa at Ambre, Mauritius.


I am usually up early in the morning,
but this was a bonus before I went for my run.
We are on the eastern side of Mauritius currently,
hence this vista from our patio


The view from the beach...


And from the ocean


Water becomes a "best friend"...
It can be very hot and hydration is important.
We had breakfast in the Indigo restaurant.


Cabbage at breakfast?


Pancakes I understand.
These were being eaten almost as fast as they were being made.


The sign says "Jelly"...
but I am not so sure


My breakfast...


Post breakfast it was off to Le Spa.
This is the relaxation area.


There is a small Jacuzzi next to this seating area...


There are three couples rooms


This is how a Spa should be built.
Out in the open.


The treatment rooms are "hidden" behind the foliage


Despite this sign, there was music being played.
I did not find it intrusive at all.
In fact, it added to my experience


A great neck and back massage...


Looking down, this is what I found rather than looking at the floor


This treatment room faces the ocean


I was offered a drink.
Not the red" juice" which in fact is for sterilizing the tongs!


After the massage, we took a pedalo out to see the resort from the ocean.
More pre-lunch exercise.


Our view from the "boat"...
A relaxing afternoon lies ahead.
I feel a nap coming on!

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