Just like most of you, many of my purchases never reached my home address for the past 2 years, except those shipped via premium shipping. Here is a small update on online shopping, shipping and custom procedures in Mauritius.
Most online shopping addicts have been surprised by the ICTA's Communique published yesterday. I must admit that I was confused too and I immediately mailed ICTA so that I could get in touch with someone before I post anything on my blog. Without getting any reply to my mail, I gave them a call today...
As a geek and regular online-shopaholic, this tablet was on my wish list ever since its launch by Google. I finally came across a deal on eBay and a few days later, it is here, in my hands... Here's a quick post.
If you’re used to online purchase, some of you can be as frustrated as me when it concerns the number of parcels which never reached me.
Previously a customs broker was required to clear out your parcels from the customs if the total amount was greater than Rs10,000. This gonna change now with what was announced in the budget 2013.
Here's an updated article about measures being strictly taken into consideration when clearing items out of the Mauritian customs. This article should help you a lot for your online purchases.
I finally came up with this post since I have been asked practically the same questions for the last few days! Most of the people landed on my D5000 blog post in which I describe my first experience with eBay. So, this post will go mainly to Mauritians wishing to purchase something on ebay...
Here goes my adventure in the world of photography, right from the start...
Photography is so nice, and costly as a hobby!
So excited about my new camera Nikon D5000 purchased through ebay. The parcel arrived today! Here's a long post describing how I feel 🙂