With the pandemic creating chaos all over the world, you surely can’t do your online shopping because no one wants to ship to an island with very limited flights. Here's a short revue of shopandship
These are the kind of things that despite you do not want to go through this, you know that you can expect to get one someday.
Because of his recent interest in spaceships, launches, videos about the unmanned space vehicles such as Curiosity etc, this year’s birthday theme had to be around this...
Like every child ( and even the inner child in us, adults), he loves watching airplanes whether on YouTube, or anywhere when they are flying over his head. Crossing fingers to bring him on a real one once the Covid-stuff implies less risk ( or eradicated).
That's a measure which makes online shopaholics quite unhappy 😬. This means that all purchases above Rs 1,000 will be eligible to VAT charges when clearing customs in Mauritius. Previously, only items above Rs 3, 000 were concerned as there was a higher exemption value.
After using my iPhone 7 for more than 3 years now, I am upgrading to, of course, another iPhone. No, I'm far from being a die heart Apple fan boy but through the past years, I have loved the performance of the iPhone.
It took me probably more than a year to choose and finalize the purchase of a fire alarm system for installation in our home. The search started, of course on AliExpress and eBay, whereby one can find a really large choice of devices at a range of prices.
Earlier today, I stumbled upon a communiqué from the ICTA. From what one can read, the ICTA will now have a web site from which all import applications (permits / type approval certificates) need to be made. They will also cater for document uploads to support your applications. Until now, this process required the importer... Continue Reading →
Nearly 10 years since I started shopping online! Although prices are now competitive in the island, some people do not hesitate to put exorbitant price tags for items which can be purchased directly online.
The State Bank of Mauritius introduced this ShopNCash (also known as Cash Back) in October 2018 last year and I have been regularly using this service since then. This avoids me having to queue in front of an ATM machine to get some cash if I'm already purchasing something in a supermarket. I have personally... Continue Reading →