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I was a little lazy with updating my blog recently, forgive me – I am still here 😉
I received this card from Roshan in Mauritius 😀 So beautiful, thanks a lot Roshan ♥
Mauritius lies in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar. The volcanic main island of Mauritius is ringed by coral reefs; there are some 20 smaller islands. The islands were ruled in turn by the Dutch, French, and British, whose legacy includes a parliamentary form of government. Independence came in 1968. Diversifying sugarcane farming with manufacturing and tourism strengthens the nation, a blend of Africans, Indians, Europeans, and Chinese.
Did you know?
The Dodo, which is the national bird of auritius, is an extinct species of a flightless bird, which was a resident of this island, centuries ago. Dodos were found only on this island and nowhere else in the world.
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This is my first postcard from the beautyful island Mauritius! Thank you very much Swadick!
Mauritius, officially the Republic of Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) off the south east coast of the African continent. The country includes the islands of Agalega, Saint Brandon and Rodrigues. Mauritius forms part of the Mascarene Islands, which include the neighbouring islands of Réunion, Saint Brandon and Rodrigues. The area of the country is 2040 km2, its capital is Port Louis.
The country’s populace is composed of several ethnicities, mostly people of Indian, African, Chinese and European descendent. Most Mauritians are multilingual, English, French, Creole and Asian languages are used.
A great card! Here in Germany they always give away journeys to Mauritius in the TV. I never wonone of these telephonecontests. maybe because I never made a call hahaha.
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