So, trip of a lifetime before our (4th!) kid comes along. Grandma looking after the nippers and we're taking a 13 year belated honeymoon.
My wife wants to lap up the sun, I haven't sat still for more than an hour in 8 years - that's not for me. But I *really* want to make sure that she has a great time and is treated well, so while I'm off doing something that may get me injured (Kite Boarding/Diving/Water-Skiing etc.), I want to know that she's being well looked after.
To that extent I've heard that a good thing to do is to pass a little cash (equivalent of £15 or so), as a tip over when checking in - in a passport or similar. Is that frowned on in Mauritius? I've read the travellers articles on here, but it doesn't say much. I don't even know what an acceptable tip is!
Tipping in general - housekeeper etc - how does that work? I'm from the UK, and it's pretty non-tipping culture, and as I am the antithesis of a seasoned traveller I was hoping that someone might be able to help me out here!
Advise most welcome!