Since a couple of years already, bloggers from different parts of the world have been celebrating the Blog Day (journée mondiale du blog) on the 31st August.
A closer look at the mechanism used to attach the camera to the helmet of the motorider, spotted along the motorway today.
With the growing number of shopping malls, Mauritians have a much wider choice when they need to find a place to eat.
We went to the beach again but after a few minutes, the rain drove us back home. Fortunately, the first shot was the good one.
I can drive, change gears, get the car cleaned, change tyres or check the oil and water levels but whenever the car breaks down, all that I can do, is to call my mechanic to ask advice.
If ever you need to witness how some Mauritian drivers try to escape a traffic jam, you should just spend a few minutes near the Tuna factory, midway between Riche Terre and Roche Bois.
After the comments which could have turned the country upside down due in racial conflict, a new incident has made Facebook again the talk of the town.
Pu mwa, manzer ti zamais ene probleme, ni pu mo mama pu prepare zot. Mo pas exizant ditout et mo manze presk tout, sans faire nenez.
Yesterday evening, I was involved in a hit and run accident while driving back home. A car of the brand Mazda 3 was dangerously overtaking a long queue of vehicles trapped in a traffic jam.