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 →
46th independence anniversary celebrations at Anjalay Stadium
It is sad to say that the Independence and Republic anniversary celebrations are kinda becoming boring with the same show over and over again. Nothing really new could be seen this evening.
Here's a short post with lots of pictures
Public holidays 2014 for Mauritius
Some good news for 2014.
Long weekends ahead and only 3 public holidays falling during weekends.
45th independence anniversary celebrations at Stade Anjalay
As you can guess, I was at the Anjalay Coopen stadium for the traditional flag raising ceremony. Lots of pictures in this post.