A natural curiosity
On the side of Gris Gris, leaving the car in the same parking lot and taking a small path to the left, we entered a path through the trees that leads to this natural curiosity. This curiosity is a rock that juts into the sea and apparently, though I did not see it, creates an effect of a rock that is "crying," as the wave crashes against it and retire during the days of raging waves. However, as much as I examined it, I could not see it. This site is also loved by the locals, because they say that the forces of nature have carved in the rock profile Mauritian poet Robert Edward Hart. What is certain is that the absence of a barrier reef to stop the force of the waves of the Indian Ocean acted as a creator of twisted and rounded shapes, a sculptor of magma and cliffs, leaving a truly spectacular landscape, above all during the hours of dusk.