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
The Trou Aux Cerfs is believed to be a dormant volcano located in the upper parts of Curepipe and is said to be the highest part of the central plateau. The Trou Aux Cerfs bears its name since the early colonisers because of the deers coming to drench their thirst at the little lake at the … Continue reading
Mont Choisy Beach (or Mon Choisy for some) is located in the north of the island, a little before Pointe Aux Canonniers. It is believed that Mont Choisy is one of the longest beaches of the island in terms of its geographical stretching. Additionally, it is also famed to be among the best … Continue reading
The first Loreto College opened in Port Louis in November 1845, initially in Bourbon Street but later in 1860 moved to Corderie Street till now. In those days, due to the insalubrious climate of the lower lands, especially in the Capital, frequent epidemics were one of the causes for a general … Continue reading
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