Ever since I started working, I have been greatly in love with Port Louis. For one minute, just forget the busy traffic and think about the number of shops, restaurants, hawkers playing hide and seek with authorities, great atmosphere (especially during the end of year festive period), the central market, China Town, the large variety... Continue Reading →
Several months back, I posted a picture of a vehicle which was very badly parked. On top of being parked on the pavement itself, the driver parked that 4x4 in such a way that it becomes very inconvenient for pedestrians to walk there. However, when I drove by the same street early today, I was... Continue Reading →
After waiting for ages to see changes in the new biometrical National Identity Card, I finally decided to go for it before the new deadline of 30th April 2017. Despite being totally against this ID Card as it is currently, I felt that I had no choice left after the numerous attempts for local groups... Continue Reading →
Une fois de plus, il n'a pas mâché ses mots vis à vis les marchands ambulants de la capitale. Cette phrase "Dir marsan anbilan anvolé" fut prononcé hier lors de la pose de la première macadam de "la ville malin" dans le sud de l'ile. Pour rappel, ce nouveau type de ville commence déjà à... Continue Reading →
Hiya! It has been ages since I last posted something on this blog! Glad to be back with something new 🙂 Although there has been many hot topics to talk about, I was quite reluctant to write on them. In fact, there has been so many scandals revealed almost at the same time that even newspapers are finding... Continue Reading →
Unless you have serious eye-sight problems, you can't have missed those 3 huge LED billboards at strategic locations on the motorway, namely both entrances to Port Louis and at Phoenix. Since their installation a couple of months back, these new billboards have raised a number of concerns on road safety due to the distraction caused and sometimes, alarming brightness... Continue Reading →
Officially accessible to the public since a few days, the Terre Rouge Verdun Link Road is probably the talk of the town right now. This 24Km long road will definitely be beneficial to those who unnecessarily needed to go through the capital daily.
Today, the topic is not about the "farata" and "roti" which are very common in Indian cuisine but instead, I will be briefly talking about the one which is widely available during the muslims' fast in the occasion of the eid celebrations.
I found it a bit unfair that authorities have literally thrown hawkers out of the 500 meters radius of the Port Louis Central Market and even more than that.
But now, I feel differently.