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Travel diary: The beautiful Mauritius

A while back (more like 5 months ago), I visited the island of Mauritius for a family vacation. After a last minute booking we found ourselves boarding a 4 hour flight on Air Mauritius – which was a lovely flight, but rather average – and after landing, an hour and half drive to our resort on the coast of Balaclava Bay, on which I saw nothing as I was fast asleep. 403 more words

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Mauritian Pudding Maïs (Sweet Polenta Cake)

“Pudding maïs” is a Mauritian staple sweet treat. This tea time snack is loved by both adults and children alike and is an amazingly easy treat to make with only a handful of ingredients. 276 more words

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What the hell Mauritius?

Mauritius, like every  12th of March we renewed our vows to mark your 48th anniversary. I may be 15,000 km away, but know that you are in my heart more than ever. 597 more words

“Photographers can say millions of words. But their Photography will always tell the truth about them.”

“Photographers can say millions of words. But their Photography will always tell the truth about them.”

— Steeven Shaw, photographer, Mauritian

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Getting my first tattoo.

Hi there!

So this week I wanted to talk about getting a first tattoo . First let me mention that I am not a specialist : this is my point of view and how I lived this experience . 440 more words

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Mauritian Vegetable pickle(achard legume)

The following recipe is a vegetable pickle which originates From my native country, the Island of Mauritian. This is a hit for almost every main course served in Mauritius. 280 more words

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Mauritian Tamarind Rice (Poulisadon) - A Step-by-Step guide

If you have never eaten tamarind rice before, boy you are in for a treat!

Tamarind rice or Poulisadon as it is commonly called in Mauritius is a vegetarian meal that is usually prepared during the religious fast. 549 more words

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