The ‘La Passe’ guesthouse is only minutes away from the harbour and the village of La Passe itself. There are one or two souvenir shops there, small stores for your daily needs, an internet café (if it’s closed again), and a few small bars. The closest beach is only 5 minutes away by foot. Distances on La Digue are really not a problem anyway. It is really easy to explore by foot or by bicycle and all beaches are easily and quickly accessible. Mary-Ann is known for her Creole cooking throughout the Seychelles. There is fresh fish every night and always prepared in a different way. Meats such as chicken and beef are also often available. These are served with rice, breadfruit, potatoes, or lentils depending on what nature has made available. And you will not have to do without dessert, of course! Mary-Ann is also happy to prepare vegetarian dishes for you, if so desired.
Special wishes will also be catered for, when possible. Apart from Creole, Mary-Ann can speak French, English, and a little German.