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 →
1000th post – Public holidays 2015 for Mauritius
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 →
Public holidays 2014 for Mauritius
Some good news for 2014.
Long weekends ahead and only 3 public holidays falling during weekends.
Your favorite divali sweet?
What's your favorite?
The Paradox : divali, summer time, heath & the environment
So much discussion going around the introduction of summer time, but what's the use if in a few days time, loads of electricity are being consumed just for decorative purposes?
Should not the authorities here create an awareness programme here ?
Is it a too sensible issue to raise here in Mauritius?