Pointe D'Esny is a coastal village situated on the South East part of the island, between Blue Bay and Mahebourg. Pointe D'Esny bears its name from Esny, who was the assistant of Abbe de la Caille, the latter being a very good cartographer and hydrographer during the french occupation period on … Continue reading
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Found at the complete left end of the Mahebourg waterfront, the Pointe des Regates most probably bears its name due to the place where 'Regates' competitions are organized every year since ages. Another famous part about this place is that it also actually bears a famous monument commemorating … Continue reading
A practice that is slowly beginning to fade with the advent of technology and becoming quite rare is certainly seeing these women early in the morning down the river and washing their clothes. Quite amusing indeed to find these ladies collectively doing the laundry and of course, with a lot of … Continue reading
A common view of the east/south east coastal area with the traditional raising of cows and fetching grass to feed the animals. Image by and courtesy of: Janette … Continue reading