Le salon du mariage et des festivités 2012

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  • http://ashfaqblog.blogspot.com Ashfaq

    Disappointed a bit ! .. thought there would be bryani sellers ! .. and more decorators with “affordable” prices, and other shops apart the ones I ALREADY went to ! .. Well, it was a nice 30mins for a saturday but if u really need wedding services try with your relatives and get contact numbers ! .. and for the clothes, just try Pagoda Street in Plaine Verte, Port Louis! .. Most wedding clothes shops come from there anyways!.
    All to all, i got nothing of what i went there to look for.. and even bought something not related to wedding but i do like what i bought and for the thing i was looking for .. i went to Pagoda Street ! lolz.. The same old road .. comme quoi a quoi vaut chercher ailleurs quand on a tout ce qu’il nous faut sous le nez.. !!

  • Karishma

    I expected more participants the choice was limited

  • Sheem

    I only liked the sirop canne sold there:P

  • http://www.yashvinblogs.com Yashvin Awootar

    lol. I dont think that the “sirop” canne was really part of the “marriage and festivités” purpose :P
    Just a ‘hawker’.

  • http://ashfaqblog.blogspot.com Ashfaq

    mo ventre ine virer kan mone trouve sa sirop canne la ! lolz..

  • Tim

    b jour mariaz nou gagne sirop canne pou boire! li in topic li!! :p sirop canne la rentre partout!

  • http://www.yashvinblogs.com Yashvin Awootar

    Lol, faire la bouche doux :p

  • Sheem

    I know, that was my aim:P It was just an indirect way of saying the salon was shitty and a waste of time n money. I felt tricked by all the ads I had seen on it.

  • http://www.yashvinblogs.com Yashvin Awootar

    Let me reassure you, you were not the only one. Sh*t, lost Rs40, ti cpv zouer loto 2 koups!

  • http://twitter.com/Pramod_rt Pramod

    Maurice! :P

  • http://profiles.google.com/akashsky Akash Gura Goredo

    ” u really need wedding services try with your relatives and get contact numbers”

    THIS, dear fellow human being, is the kind of advice that is worth much, much more than the Rs40 that was ripped from the visitors… If you don’t have relatives, ask your friends. If no friend, walk and ask at the first la-boutik you come across. Someone MUST know at least some thing… :-)

    ” and for the clothes, just try Pagoda Street in Plaine Verte, Port
    Louis! .. Most wedding clothes shops come from there anyways!.”

    Again, same comment as above. Even me, a boy from far, far away from PV, knows that… But, tell me, who doesn’t know that in Mauritius??? And the prices are incredible, to say the least. And for those who find PV too far, try Goodlands, Flacq, Rose Belle, Mahébourg or Triolet. When doing this wedding list shopping thing, I felt like a tourist, eating here and there, meeting all sorts of vendors and entering places I’ve never been to, always a warm welcome from people, ready to help even if they do not have what you want. A great experience indeed! Not that frigid pseudo-smile that you get in the “trendy” / “cool” shopping malls.

  • citoyenR

    I watched the Defile de Mode by the Gorgeous Models for MAuritius…too good and also the Zumba Dance perform by the Dance in the City Group. I was very fortunate to be there at that time….