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Cocktails: Zesty Passion Fruit Mojito

Hi everyone, Natasha here back from my travels across the eastern coast of Australia. Huge thank you to Annalise for holding the blog fort while I was away – I really enjoyed being on the reading end of the blog for a change and think that she did an amazing job[…]

Creole Recipes: Coconut Nougat

Welcome to our next Creole Recipes instalment, we hope you’re feeling hungry… When you come to Seychelles it will be difficult for you to avoid one of our most popular desserts; Coconut Nougat. It’s a sticky sweet treat which will leave you wanting more. This recipe is quick and easy –[…]

Surfs Up!: Surfing in the Seychelles

Hello everyone, and thanks for reading. This week, my blog is inspired by one of our readers, an avid surfer, who asked me what surfing is like in Seychelles. As you know Seychelles is always photographed for its beautiful beaches and is most known as the perfect honeymoon destination. Well be[…]

Le Nautique La Digue: Construction Update 4

Hello everyone and thanks for reading. It’s Annalise here, Natasha is off on holidays so I will be updating everyone with our news while she is away. What a busy month we have had on site at Le Nautique La Digue! The site is really starting to take shape and[…]

Local Art Spotlight: George Camille Studio

The Seychelles and its people are often described as a ‘melting pot of cultures’ – originally settled in the 18th century by Europeans who brought African slaves to work on their plantations, the 19th century saw Indian, Chinese and Arabic traders arrive on the islands as well as free settlers from around the[…]

Our Top Picks: Restaurants in Mahe

We’re in the midst of a foodie revolution and a day doesn’t go by when our Facebook or Instragram feeds aren’t filled with images of mouth-watering #foodporn, unique recipes from across the globe or a retro revival of the classic milkshakes, donuts, burger or even humble cheese toastie. Any culinary connoisseur knows[…]

Creole Recipes: Gâteau Piment

This week’s food blog is dedicated to the humble “Gâteau Piment” (chilli cake), a popular and versatile spicy roadside snack found throughout the Vanilla Islands. Similar in look and feel to a falafel, Gâteau Piment offers a tiny taste explosion with every bite, from earthy cumin to spicy chilli and even fresh coriander[…]

Day Tripping: Moking around Praslin

As mentioned in last weeks post, Stuart’s dad Warwick recently spent a week in the Seychelles on his way back from Europe which gave us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. We covered a lot of ground in the week that Warwick was here, island hopping, beach barbecuing, mini-moking and hiking. One[…]

Hiking: Anse Major Trail

Stuart’s dad is visiting from Australia this week which has given us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. Yesterday we FINALLY made the coastal hike across to Anse Major and WOW did it not disappoint. Swimsuited and booted, we started the hike at 9:30am, stocked with supplies of water, breadfruit chips, towels, snorkelling gear and sunscreen. The[…]