Jetzt geht es für Jasmin und Niels Richtung Heimat. Gute Reise! ❤️
Unsere Piloten haben den Flieger sicher auf dem Flughafen von Praslin gelandet. Mit dem Taxi ging es an den Hafen, wo wir demnächst unsere Fähre "Cat Rose" Richtung La Digue besteigen werden 😊
Die Zeit wurde indessen mit dem Schreiben einiger Postkarten überbrückt.Read more
Welcome to our trip to the Seychelles! The first impressions of the islands, beginning already with the very first views down from the plane, were excellent of course. This being our first visit to a tropical place, we we were stunned. After landing on Mahe, we took a ferry and made our way to Praslin.
When arriving on Praslin we checked in to Chalet Cote Mer and immediately felt lucky and overall happy. We got a beautiful room and the view was amazing. The ocean sparkled in all kinds of blue, in the distance we could see neighboring islands and we loved the look over the garden of the hotel, so colorful and full of life!
We had booked breakfast and dinner at Chalet Cote Mer. In the morning we got different kinds or bread and croissants with homemade jam, french toast, fresh fruits and omelette. The dinner was held a la carte, which gave it a really nice touch. It felt like going to a fancy restaurant every night. :)Read more
This is what our first hotel Chalet Cote Mer on Praslin looks like as seen from the sea. We took this picture as we left Praslin and moved on to our second home on La Digue.
In our first week on Praslin we had a little weather trouble. We has more rain than expected and spent a lot of time on the hotel. Since we only had 4 nights, it wasn't too bad though. One day we took the beforementioned island toor, on another day we walked around on our own, checked out the surroundings of our hotel. The other day we took the bus and went to Anse Volbert again to do some shopping and get more beach time.
The weather changed as soon as we left Praslin and the second half of our journay was spoiled with lots and lots of sun. :)Read more
Nur auf Praslin und Curieuse wächst die Seychellennusspalme „Coco de Mer“. Die Palmen sind teilweise zwischen 300 - 500 Jahre alt und die Coco de Mer wiegt bis zu 45 kg.
Aussicht auf die Ostküste von Praslin.
You might also know this place by the following names:
Marie Louise Bay