Warm welcome to the new version of the blog. As you noticed at first glance, the look and feel around the blog have changed. For months, I was actively looking for something new to give a fresh look to the blog, which had not been revamped since January 2009! It was very hard for me... Continue Reading →
Quelques mots du “bloggeur du village”
Hier, l'apparition de l'article intitulé "Le bloggeur du village" dans le quotidien "Le Matinal" a certainement surpris plus d'un. Cette édition du journal a vite fait le tour du bureau alors que les "likes" continuent à pleuvoir sur ma page de Facebook.
The best “boulettes” in town… euh… Mauritius
If you follow me on Facebook, you probably noticed that I never miss an opportunity to post those yummy pics of food (accompanied by beer on Fridays)! Sometimes it can be in the form of dholl purree or noodles or pizza or "boulettes", just like today, when I went for a stroll in China Town.
Moving to 8 digits for mobiles – Why 5?
In 2 weeks time, the island's mobile infrastructure will go through a major switch, requiring first of all, a change of habit in the life of probably every Mauritian.
Have you ever asked yourself why the number 5? 😛
Did you eat a naan recently?
Today, the topic is not about the "farata" and "roti" which are very common in Indian cuisine but instead, I will be briefly talking about the one which is widely available during the muslims' fast in the occasion of the eid celebrations.
Attending Robin Sharma’s conference by the Young Labour party
Following one of my posts I shared on Facebook, a blog reader sent me this message after he assisted the conference by the author of the best seller "Leader without a title", Robin Sharma, who was invited by the Young Labour to talk on the International Youth Day.