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The history of Mauritian sugar began in 1639. A handful of settlers had come to the island which had until then been uninhabited. Life was rough and facilities less than adequate. These Dutchmen had brought in their trunks cuttings of sugar cane from their colony in the East Indies. #Mauritius #island #sugar

The history of Mauritian sugar began in 1639. A handful of settlers had come to the island which had until then been uninhabited. Life was rough and facilities less than adequate. These Dutchmen had brought in their trunks cuttings of sugar cane from their colony in the East Indies. #Mauritius #island #sugar

Street Food In Mauritius   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Street Food In Mauritius - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Self-drive Mauritius: Having your own car just gives you so much more freedom. Sure you can use taxi’s but I am sure that would get quite expensive. And using the public buses would have been unnecessarily time-consuming. But most importantly, having our own car meant we could get going whenever we were ready, stop whenever the mood struck and see places most tourists miss.

6 Tips to Live Like A Local in Mauritius

Self-drive Mauritius: Having your own car just gives you so much more freedom. Sure you can use taxi’s but I am sure that would get quite expensive. And using the public buses would have been unnecessarily time-consuming. But most importantly, having our own car meant we could get going whenever we were ready, stop whenever the mood struck and see places most tourists miss.

The famous “rotis” bought early in the morning while they are still hot are a must. Sanjeev sets up his “box” (a sort of transparent case fixed to his motorbike) on the roadside in Curepipe where he has served a faithful group of customers for the past five years. Buying two pairs of “rotis” every morning is a ritual for many Mauritians, he says. #Mauritius #streetfood

The famous “rotis” bought early in the morning while they are still hot are a must. Sanjeev sets up his “box” (a sort of transparent case fixed to his motorbike) on the roadside in Curepipe where he has served a faithful group of customers for the past five years. Buying two pairs of “rotis” every morning is a ritual for many Mauritians, he says. #Mauritius #streetfood

Mauritius - this a lovely island. The weather is pleasant (not too overwhelming!) and is culturally very interesting. Locals speak French Creole and have some great cuisine with influences from Asia, Africa and Europe. Definitely missing them Mauritian curries!

Mauritius - this a lovely island. The weather is pleasant (not too overwhelming!) and is culturally very interesting. Locals speak French Creole and have some great cuisine with influences from Asia, Africa and Europe. Definitely missing them Mauritian curries!

#MAURITIUS Locations in my #BOOKS from http://www.snowbeachpublications.com/ photo: Mahebourg museum

#MAURITIUS Locations in my #BOOKS from http://www.snowbeachpublications.com/ photo: Mahebourg museum

Get a taste of Mauritius’ sweet history during a tour of an old sugar mill, where you’ll explore the factory and the surrounding sugar cane fields.

Get a taste of Mauritius’ sweet history during a tour of an old sugar mill, where you’ll explore the factory and the surrounding sugar cane fields.

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