**If a colour could define our experience of a country it would be blue for Mauritius. A pristine blue. In the skies, and waters––wherever we went it was this heavenly hue that we encountered.
**And at Le Tousserok Resort, we had great seaviews––from the entire stretch of the room, whether the Jacuzzi, bed or sitout all of which looked out on to the azure waters.
You can play tennis at its four floodlit courts. And there are facilities for badminton, archery, football, volleyball. A jogging partner is available on request! The resort arranges excursions, nature trails, and deer-stalking on request.
The Givenchy Spa is a slice of heaven. Whoever said no pain, no gain hadn’t heard of spas. The anti-jet-lag massage only few hours after getting off the flight, was just what the doctor would have ordered.
**For food, we had different options––Barlen’s, Three nine eight. And Safran. There were healthy options on the menu––sinlessly deliciously food for those on a diet or who are paranoid about piling on the calories while holidaying. The resort had its own private island where we dined one night. After taking in an exotic sunset.
**In Mauritius, Indians were everywhere. Actually, persons of Indian descent. From the aircraft crew to those on ground at the airport, to staff at the hotel and in stores. And since Indians cant go anywhere without taking their religion with them, we saw Ganesha and Shiva temples jostling for space beside Catholic churches. And ISKCON, Art of Living, Sathya Sai Baba organisations and the Brahmakumari one too.