After reviewing the Miccus SR-71 Stealth headphones and the RTX transmitter, time for another post since I just received my new casing for my iPhone today. Sincerely, despite it looks bulky, it seems to be a good stuff that will definitely add an ultra layer of protection and dust resistance to the device. Tech21 uses... Continue Reading →
As expected since a very long time, the price of petroleum products (Essence & Diesel) have been reviewed today. The new prices / L are as follows : Essence from Rs 41.35 to Rs38.85 ( - Rs 2.50 / L)Diesel from Rs 32.75 à Rs 29.50 ( - Rs3.25 / L) A little note : The prices were last... Continue Reading →
Back in September 2012, I wrote an article to share my knowledge about important information related to getting married in Mauritius, in an aim of helping other Mauritians to find answers to their questions. Earlier this morning, I had the thought of extending this idea into a series of "Parenthood" blog posts. So, let's see how it goes... Continue Reading →
The second price decrease of petroleum products in 2 weeks! I can't really complain of this second decrease in price but this raises so many questions and especially, this one : Why just before the elections? Anyway, the new prices are as follows : Essence : From Rs47.90 / L to Rs45.95 / L Diesel :... Continue Reading →
New prices applicable as from tomorrow, 22nd November 2014: Essence : Rs50.15 / L -> Rs47.90 / L Diesel : Rs41.90 / L -> Rs39.45 / L They can say whatever they want but facts remain facts : Price increased by the maximum allowable of 5-6% in March 2013. The prices set at that point of time... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone! I just wondered if all of us here always go through their receipt to make sure that nothing is overcharged and that every item is there, in the correct amount? Fortunately for me, I am used to do this each and every time I go through the cashier's counter and this saved me quite some money yesterday.... Continue Reading →
Tons of tourists land on the island to practice water sports which very few Mauritians can actually afford because the prices being out of reach for most Mauritians. I also have the impression that Mauritians are being left behind all those developments made for the tourism industry.
As announced in the Budget 2013, a tax of 20 cents per gram of sugar is now applicable for soft drinks in retail outlets. At the same time, the beer is also going to cost more.