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women entrepreneurs of Mauritius world congress meeting.

women entrepreneurs of Mauritius, members of AMFCE, who have courageously taken up the seemingly impossible challenge to organize our 51st FCEM World Congress October 1 to 4 and our Post Congress October 5 to 7, 2003 in Grand Baie.

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Taxis from Souillac make the bone jerking return journey through sugar cane fields to Rochester Falls. The more adventurous can drive or walk the 5km (3miles) by following the signs for Rochester Falls. along the Lady Barclay Branch Road to the left of the large Roman Catholic Church in the main road. Signs marked 'Rochester Hall' in conflicting directions confuse the most determined explorer who should simply keep to the right, past La ...
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Honeymoon In Mauritius


Just found this board and maybe someone can give me some advise.
I am looking to come to Mauritius around June next year on Honeymoon.
We are not hotel type people and much prefer our independance. So we are looking to hire a villa for about 2 weeks.
Want something quite clean and comfortable. Have done some web searching and have found some villas on the Le Morne peninsula with air con and pool ...
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Divali is the most jovial of all Hindu festivals. This public holiday is celebrated on 25th October this year. It marks the victory of Rame over Ravana and also commemorates Krishna´s destruction of the demon Narakasuran. Clay oil lamps are placed in front of every home turning the island into a fairyland of flickering lights.

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Pollution advice

As a regular visitor to your beautiful Island I cannot avoid to see how the heavy traffic pollutes the air, especially in Port Louis.
Why not change the fuel for busses and other public transportation to alcohol. This is done in Argentina and in many other countries with excellent results.
You have the sugarcane and associated waste products to do it. Use them instead of that low quality oil. Any surplus alcohol can be stored ...
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Visa Requirements in Mauritius

Visa Requirements in Mauritius

Warning: Non-compliance with the visa regulations will result in refusal of passengers upon entry.

Visa required, except for:-

Nationals of Mauritius and their spouses and children;

(For a stay of up to 3 months) (See Note 2):-

(a) holders of British Passports endorsed “British Citizen” or “British Dependent Territories Citizen”,

(b) Nationals of: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Botswana, Brunei, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Finland, France, ...
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Air Mauritius - News

Air Mauritius Limited (AML) hit the news with the forthcoming appointment of Mr. Megh Pillay, the current CEO of Mauritius Telecom Ltd., as its new managing director. In a press communiqué, AML announced that Mr. Vinod Chidambaram will not renew its contract and will retire on the 25th September 2003. Last week, AML shares jumped by 4.4% to Rs16.50.

source: L'Express
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Trou aux Cerfs is a crater, 300m (984ft) in diameter. It was formed as a result of volcanic activity millions of years ago and is now choked with silt, water and a dense forest of vegetation. It is possible to scramble down the sides to the water level but caution is advised. There is plenty of parking and a kiosk to shelter walkers. There are spectacular views of the island: looking west the first majestic ...
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Agricultural and Sugar

The agricultural sector in Mauritius is very much dominated by sugar. The cultivation of sugar was introduced by the Dutch in the 17th century. Ever since, sugar and agriculture have been the backbone of the economy. Even today, in spite of tremendous efforts in industrialising the country, sugar remains an essential component of the economy. Though in terms of foreign earnings, it has been overtaken by both the export of wearing apparel and tourism, in ...
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Casela Bird Park

Casela Bird Park is home to 142 species of birds including the lovely long necked Pink Pigeons which until recently were threatened with extinction. The lovely dusky pink birds were donated by the Black River Aviary and can be seen alongside hundreds of other exotics from Asia, Australia, Africa and the Americas. A guide to the park is available at the entrance.

The Park covers 25 acres (10 hectares) and sits on the flanks of ...
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