Visit Mauritius (Maurice)

This post is a throwback photo blog post. It’s been a decade since I visited Mauritius (September 2007). This was my first trip with hubby. While going through the hard disk for pictures from other trips, I came across the Mauritius folder, and decided to share some pictures from our trip here. Despite the time gap, am assuming the details shared here aren’t obsolete.



Mark Twain said: “Mauritius was made first, and then heaven, and that heaven was copied after Mauritius”. A tiny gem in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius will steal your heart from the moment you set your eyes on it. Pristine beaches, the vibrant blue colour of the water and the palm trees fringing the shore line, a perfect visual treat to start your vacation with.


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Exploring Mauritius: The Best Places to Visit on Holiday

Although the island of Mauritius may be small, with a total area of roughly 2,000 square kilometres total, the island boasts thousands of incredible attractions, beaches, restaurants and historical landmarks. Whether you plan to visit for a relaxing beach holiday, a cultural expedition or to just shop and dine, you certainly won’t be disappointed in Mauritius. Here are some of the best places to see and explore during your Indian Ocean holiday in Mauritius:

Stage race – season 95


Till year 2007…..Cycling me?? No, thanks….2008…Cycling why not??

Thanks to hubs (hubby) who introduced me to Tour de France this season. Well, I am not here to blog about this year’s race and the beauty of the strategies made by each team (will take time to be an authority on that!); just that I enjoyed the game.

My favorite cyclist was…….hmmmm?? Well, not there yet, to judge, but yes I definitely regretted not watching Lance Armstrong in action, a couple of years ago. For there wasn’t a single day in the 21 days of the competition, when hubs didn’t mention Armstrong. His wins, discovery team, their strategy etc etc etc.