Expat blog Mauritius   Register now

My Mauritian Garden

3370 Visits
   (Trou aux Biches)
added on 30/01/2013 by: VeroniqueL
Creating a garden from scratch, the trials and tribulations of house renovations, life as an expat - both good and bad, and people we've met. And all, hopefully, done in a humourous manner.
 tags: art, gardening, house renovations, life in Mauritius, recipes
349

 Latest posts on My Mauritian Garden

Dev’s Cement Garden  Posted on 03/10/2014
I mentioned that I was taking a cement sculpture course – well, we started last week, and it was so much fun, that I’m already thinking about what my next cement project will be! The instructor, Dev, owns an art …...
Read more
Garden Update #6 – Feb 2014  Posted on 02/28/2014
As I mentioned, I haven’t done any gardening to speak of since November – so once again, I’ve found myself with a very overgrown and weed-infested garden. And because I also haven’t written anything for this blog...
Read more
I’m Back!  Posted on 02/21/2014
I won’t bore you too much with how I’ve been for the last few months – suffice to say that it’s been the hardest time of my life. I’ve had a lot of very dark days, and imagine there’ll be …...
Read more
Lost in My Loss  Posted on 11/21/2013
I initially decided that the next few weeks of my life didn’t belong in My Mauritian Garden which was, and will hopefully once more become, a blog full of fun, laughter, and lightness. So I thought about starting a temporary …...
Read more
Our Farewells  Posted on 11/17/2013
Sandra and Gillian Alf was a man of many parts, or talents, as he would say. He was an advisor, a confidante, a friend, and an inspiration, not only to his family, but to everyone he met. He gave his … Continue reading →
Read more
Alfie  Posted on 11/17/2013
Our Biography for Père Brown Alf was born in Belfast in Northern Ireland, and left when he was 16 to start exploring the world. Eventually, he settled in Australia where he had 3 children, Kieran, Daniel, and Meggie. Alf and …...
Read more
The Week That Was  Posted on 11/17/2013
We held Alf’s funeral service on Tuesday in Grande Baie, at l’Église de l’Ange Gardien (Church of the Guardian Angel). I chose it because it’s situated right on the bay, and I hoped that a beautiful setting...
Read more
A Broken Heart  Posted on 11/14/2013
I’m so very sad to say that Alf died suddenly last Thursday of a heart attack. Since then, our friends, my parents Eileen and Colin, Alf’s children Daniel and Meggie, his sisters Sandra and Gillian, niece Christine, and I, have...
Read more
I Flooded the House  Posted on 11/06/2013
Hello, boys and girls. The topic for today’s lesson is: “Don’t go on the internet while you’re filling the kitchen sink”. Because if you do, instead of spending a leisurely Saturday afternoon at Resto Bar de...
Read more
Show all posts (10) 

 Comments

  • sintacid3ngwinata1960
    sintacid3ngwinata1960 16 January 2014 19:44:21

    Keep on, continue gardening and a suggestion, get it affiliated with a tourism board to get it open to public. :)

  • rsdarpaty
    rsdarpaty 25 March 2013 06:09:18

    We went through the same process 4 years ago in flic en Flac. Every thing was soon swell, and the garden became prolific and beautiful very quickly.Good luck!
    Ramsay

Expatriate health insurance Mauritius
Free advice and quotation service to choose an expat health insurance in Mauritius.
>> Click here
Expat banking Mauritius
Discover the benefits of expat banking for people living and working abroad.
>> Click here
Moving to Mauritius
A few tips from professionals about moving to Mauritius.
>> Click here
Travel insurance Mauritius
Don't worry and travel happy across Mauritius.
>> Click here