In 3 days time, over 900,000 Mauritians will be required to head towards their respective voting centers to exercise one of their constitution rights - The right to vote. With 2 consecutive mandates, the current government is looking forward to another victory and one of their main points in their manifesto is the implementation of the... Continue Reading →
Unless you really don't care about what's going on in our small country, you must have surely heard of the restaurant being built right in the small parking area of Trou aux Biches public beach. Once again, we are here witnessing how the close people (commonly known as "petits copains") and political agents to those in... Continue Reading →
Une voiture conduite par un jeune de 16 ans a fini sa course écrabouillée, après avoir heurté de plein fouet un pylone électrique. Le passager, son cousin de 18ans a laissé sa vie alors que lui, il semble encore être dans le coma avec la colonne vertébrale disloquée.
Le Trou aux Biches Hotel entreprend d'énormes travaux depuis quelques mois, dans le but d'enlever la route qui separe son terrain de golf de l'hotel. Déjà , un nouveau poste de police a été construit... A découvrir...
As some of you already know, yesterday I cycled from Triolet to Grand Bay, via Pointe Aux Piments, Trou Aux Biches, Mont Choisy and Pointe Aux Cannoniers. Here's the on-board journal..
It was a totally unexpected visit to the "Orange Olympic Walk n Run for Fun" event held today at Mon Choisy. While returning back home after recharging my orange account, I noticed loads of people running and walking towards Mon Choisy. Its only then that I remembered about the event which was highly advertised since the last days. I drove back home and took the camera... So, here is my post about this first "Orange Olympic Walk n Run for Fun" in images...
Is it time to review the speed limit for certain roads of Mauritius?
A growing number of new/reconditioned vehicles is using our roads daily, hence more stable, reliable and performing...
90Km/hr on our motorways, with 60Km/hr in certain areas around motorways and an average of 50 Km/Hr in villages..
Summary The executive members of the 'Underground Committee©' was on camping mode since Friday upto Sunday(today) in the north of the Island at Mont Choisy, well not only Mont Choisy infact, you will learn why in some seconds... We finally ended the camping at Pereybere, in a luxurious bungalow, compared to the first one at... Continue Reading →