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  • Dear Partners, Good afternoon. Please kindly find below information about Cyclone Carlos. Please note that for the moment, there is no threat for Mauritius.  Our Airport is operating normally. Our Hotel Representatives will stay [...]

    Published On: January 21st, 20221.8 min read
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  • A blazing sun was expected on this torrid day! We were nevertheless very motivated and ready early morning for a hike at the Bras d' Eau National Park. Well-shod and equipped with our water [...]

    Published On: January 21st, 20222.8 min read
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  • Upon the wedding day, a small teepee is built with a few stems and lilacs leaves in the yard. The bride would sit inside while the water contained in the five pots of the [...]

    Published On: January 14th, 20222.8 min read
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  • It was Saturday evening, and I was on my way to a Marathi (from the region of Maharashtra - India) pre - wedding ceremony.  One of my closest and longtime friend was getting married [...]

    Published On: January 7th, 20223 min read
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  • The 18th century saw the arrival in Mauritius of slaves and indentured who came from different backgrounds, bringing in their luggage their own skills and especially their own habits and customs. Among them, we [...]

    Published On: December 17th, 20212.7 min read
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  • In bygone days, during the colonial period, in the absence of radio and television, the slaves and indentured labourers used to gather in the evenings when work was over. Part of entertainment at that [...]

    Published On: December 10th, 20212.3 min read
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  • When one recalls this small, typical coastal village in the northeast of the island, one immediately thinks of the shipwreck of the legendary Saint Géran which took place off the coast of  Poudre d [...]

    Published On: December 3rd, 20212.5 min read
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  • The Tamil wedding ceremony started by imploring Lord Ganesha, who is worshipped at the start of every sacred ceremony, to remove obstacles and for success in the life of new married couple. A rite called [...]

    Published On: November 26th, 20213.1 min read
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  • She gracefully adjusted her saree while descending the stairs and sat on the stage where everyone could see her. I was at my friend’s place, attending her pre-wedding event. Beautifully dressed, she welcomed us [...]

    Published On: November 19th, 20212.6 min read
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  • This week, our guest is Richard Robert, our Managing Director who is fond of cycling. He gladly gives us an insight into his favorite hobby. How did your interest in cycling begin? I was [...]

    Published On: November 12th, 20214.2 min read
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