Welcome to the first post for 2023! Did you noticed my home-made fireplace for Christmas? Well, here is the tutorial! Definitely something to try for next xmas!
Ho ho ho!!! 🎅 Santa Claus has just delivered the gifts under our Christmas 🎄 tree. I was lucky enough to be able to get a glimpse of him before he disappeared in this magical night, which kids have been eagerly waiting for since long. Hopefully kids will get busy playing with their gifts 🎁... Continue Reading →
While some are already done with their shopping lists, streets and shopping malls are overcrowded with people still looking for their Christmas trees and gifts. As usual, Port Louis remains the busiest region despite the absence of the hawkers. The hot climate make things even worst but to be fair, that's the only place you can get the... Continue Reading →
Ho ho ho! Over 200,000 pages viewed by some 150,000 visitors during the past year! Not bad but the blog has been read even more massively in the past. I guess that posting more regularly should help in encouraging visitors to stay longer and come back again later on! And big thanks to each one of you for... Continue Reading →
Hello! Update ( 1st January 2016) : I have been notified that the government has brought a change in the list initially published. The Thaipoosam Cavadee ( Sunday 24 January) has been declared public holiday and has replaced the Virasha Pirappu ( celebrated on Thursday 14 April) in the official list of public holidays. Updated... Continue Reading →
2014 is coming to an end in a few days. The festive mood can already be felt all over the island. Overcrowded shopping malls and streets, christmas trees, gifts, shopping, get-together, office end of year parties and of course, the race to choose the best songs of the year. It is a pity that "Viré mam"... Continue Reading →
Youpiiiiiiiiiiiiii! The 1000th post milestone! For this special celebration, I am now publishing the list of public holidays that I approved some months back for the year 2015. In fact, I don't know how I forgot to write this post since then. Anyway! As illustrated below, four public holidays will fall in weekends in year 2015. That's not so... Continue Reading →