thermo wrote: ud wrote:
Mark Twain, Trip Adviser, Thomas Cook and loads of well renowned people already did and new books come out every year. Do I need to write more to prove my point?
Apart from Mark Twain, what interest do the organisations you quote have in writing about Mauritius?
Tell you what, they might as well write an ebook and try to sell it like a previous forum member did. He only got a few buyers....a curious handful of people from this forum.
- monne achete ek monne lire livre la, dire moi ki ena curieux avek ca Sherlock?
- "few buyers", to ena exacte chiffre pou nombre livres li finne vende?
Take better care with your implied innuendos, ud.
Oh dear, did I struck a nerve somewhere that you hold a grudge against me or what? So you want to get personal? OK then, so do YOU have the astronomical number of ebooks he sold then? Please enlighten us if you do.
If you bought and read the book, then good for you. What did you learn? Please also enlighten us on this aspect. If you also learnt to read my post's sentence you quoted, you would understand that it reads that he got a few buyers from this forum. In what way have made any mention to the total number of books he sold or the exact amount or even how flourishing his business is?
Regarding you question - What interests do organisations have in writing about Mauritius? Does trip advisor make any money from keeping track records of tourists' previous experiences and knowledge sharing? I think not.
With regards to Thomas Cook I can understand, it's to promote a tourist destination and make money. Tell me one thing then as you so called me Sherlocks, why don't they promote other african countries like Somalia for example?
So instead of making personal judgements about people, learn to treat people with respect and keep your sarcasm for yourself and yes I do have made some posts about bad things happening in Mauritius.
Today I was shocked to watch on the BBC what happened to a famous Irish lady strangled in her hotel room. Do you realise how this will escalate and affect the image of Mauritius over the coming days?
Well enough for now