Sawubona everyone! I'm back to our paradise island after spending a wonderful week in Johannesburg, one of the biggest cities of South Africa. Known as the "City of Gold" after the discovery of the precious metal in the 1880s, the city seems to be a great country to live in, with loads of places to... Continue Reading →
Tablet restrictions to be removed because of the incompetency to secure them!
Sometimes, you need to end the week with a good joke!
Nothing better than today's statement by Mr Vasant Bunwaree.
Quatre Bornes : long queues ahead!
I have stopped counting the number of times I have seen them digging again into newly tarred roads (see above). Or the numerous places with inadequate and confusing road warning signs.
[Insolite] Police motor officer, on his way back home.
Just like any of us, he is a human after all. But personally, I found this shot as truly "du-jamais-vu".
Insolite: When photographers take their job too seriously…
Friday, finally 🙂
This calls in for a slightly different post and coincidentally, there's one. My friend A.M was lucky yesterday to grab something interesting while walking in the capital.
Escaping traffic jam on north motorway, besides Tuna factory
If ever you need to witness how some Mauritian drivers try to escape a traffic jam, you should just spend a few minutes near the Tuna factory, midway between Riche Terre and Roche Bois.
Car scratched by Codan security guard at Vieux Mooulin
A friend of mine mailed me his painful experience on his first visit to the shopping Complex, Le Vieux Mooulin (pay careful notice to the name) whose security is handled by Codan Security (read the name carefully once again).
Scaring people with speed cameras
Good morning. Mauritius woke up with the announcement of 2 road accidents victims in the news headlines.
Is your home secure?
Today, I will be talking about something which we generally ponder about when it is already too late.
Is your house secure?
Disclaimers in shopping malls, hypermarkets among others…
Have you ever spent a minute reading and understanding what is usually written before entering a hypermarket's or shopping centre's parking for instance?