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Drinking and driving in Mauritius: Alcohol limitations are 9 mcg (breathalyser) or 20mg of alcohol in the bloodstream and 27 mg in urine . As of October 2018. Read more.
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29 vacation rental tips | Tip #1: Keep your property immaculately clean! Works wonders for reviews | Tip #2: Take 10 minutes to greet your guests and assess any special needs. Start building that bond | Tip #3: Don’t give discounts! Provide your guests with an authentic experience, that they’ll NEVER forget | Tip #4: Don't oversell your property vacation rental | Tip #5: Offer your guests free transfer to your vacation rental | Tip #6: Let your guests arrive as Kings and leave as Emperors | Tip #7: Provide your guests with WHITE spotless bath towels | Tip #8: Facilitate your guests' expectancies | Tip #9: Don't take your guests for a ride | Tip #10: Give a free upgrade to your guests | Tip #11: Invite your guests for dinner | Tip #12: Make sure the bathroom is spotless | Tip #13: Limit your time with the opposite sex | Tip #14: Assists your guests, however small the gesture | Tip #15: Sit and talk with your guests without overstaying | Tip #16: Inform your guests the best spots for them | Tip #17: Avoid discussing dress code, state in welcome letter | Tip #18: Provide your guests with tide times and chart for the duration of their stay | Tip #19: Provide your guests a list of local activities and excursion providers. | Tip #20: Don't disturb your guest if they are alone. | Tip #21: Offer your guests a bottle for no reason. | Tip #22: Don't be intimate in front of your guests. | Tip #23: Go out of your way, and really surprise your guests. | Tip #24: Make sure that your security is flawless. | Tip #25: Ask your clients to save water. Bathe together? | Tip #26: Clean where the eye can't see | Tip #27: Talk to children for constructive criticism | Tip #28: Be cautious when providing advice | Tip #29: Provide weather forecast in your welcome letter