10 minutes. That's roughtly the time I spent into the expo hall for the "Salon du marriage" held at Mer Rouge from the 27th till tomorrow 30th September 2012.
One of the milestones in a person's life is probably the wedding. For those Mauritians fellows who have not passed this milestone yet, it is good to know that when officially marrying someone, you still have a few critical decisions to take for the future of the couple.
An unexpected post! HAHA!
I can't stop laughing at the pic that my sis has just mailed me few minutes ago.
Today, we are welcoming A.A as a guest writer who will be sharing his ideas which might help in making the cyber island a reality.
Just as last year, I'm much satisfied of my decision : Using my precious time more efficiently instead of increasing the visitor count to the Infotech 2012.
Boasting about an increasing number of visitors is useless. People lack leisure in Mauritius.
Launched for quite a long time now, the debate about the electoral reform is growing in intensity, with one of the main concerns being the Best Loser System. Very recently, the need for a new population survey to gather data about the appartenance to a community was raised.
A few days ago, police officers, as from the rank of Inspector and upwards, have been urged to leave their sticks at home.
With a few of my colleagues residing in the same village, Triolet, we regularly talk about the daily traffic along the different routes we drive to office.