Packed with as much power as petrol powered engines, electric bikes and scooters are dangerously becoming popular as anyone can ride them. Not anymore!
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
Announced a few days back, the regulations are effective as from today. Some forbidden activities, when using water supply, regardless of using a water hose or any other apparatus) are washing of vehicles, buildings, lawns and watering.
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.
Forget about this chaotic year and start planning for long weekends in 2021. The list of Mauritian public holidays is now official!
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.
With the curfew extended till 1st June 2020, the online sales and delivery services have one more month to make themselves a reliable name by proving to be rapid, effective and customer oriented. Once the lock down is removed, most people will return back to their normal routine and purchases, unless they are convinced to... Continue Reading →
According to my Facebook post, we are probably around 25 or 26th day since the lock down started and around 20 days of curfew. As at today (6pm), official stats in Mauritius show around 324 positive cases (including 261 active), 9 deaths and around 51 recovered along with 0 positive cases for past 48 hours... Continue Reading →
Mauritius entered a lockdown on 20th March 2020 06:00 hrs following the diagnostic of 3 positive cases of covid-19. This lockdown ended on 1st June 2020 at 00:00 hrs, hence for a duration of approximately 72 days.
Tonight's ride in the metro was totally unplanned. Since I had to drive Dhaneesha to her annual office's party in Port Louis this evening, I promised Dhanvin that I will take him for a ride in the metro. As any other kid (and some adults too), he was excited as this was a totally new... Continue Reading →