Some snow please!

It has been very very hot since nth days and months. Cinda has been a promising reservoir for heat reduction and some rain but came to be deceptive. So we still are back to square with uncomfortable temperature and sometimes headaches. If you do not have business outside your home, simply stay in with all your windows open or air conditioning on. Going out under this blazing sun could only bring you scalds or dizziness. And don’t forget to drink plenty of water and take aspirin with you. It can come handy.

On Christmas eve, i am here awake at 0325 hrs sweating with fan on and typing this blog hoping that father Christmas would at least grant me a wish to bring down this wave.

My uncle and aunt recently came to Mauritius for holidays and they could only say this: they came out of the fridge to fall into hot oven. They were welcomed by bugs and mosquitoes and unconfortable heat. Sadly they came at a wrong period. But they could not do nothing but bear and adapt. They already left to resume with snow and 4 pieces of clothing instead of one.

4 Responses to “Some snow please!”

  1. Yashvin says:

    lol, thats true, some snowfall would be the most welcomed here 🙂

  2. tilai says:

    Cold here, but no snow. 2C-9C. What is the reservoir situation? Water cuts? And the hawkers making loads of money selling all sorts of stuffs on the pavement/street?

  3. tapijo says:

    No water cut so far. But couma to conner, CWa pou emet en communique soon enough pou dire “pas gaspille dilo”. Apres pou ena propagande, montrer reservoir p sec. Hawkers p fer bal dan la gare PL. Zot met zot etalage lor bus lane tou. Du coup ban bus bisin fer zigzag. Ban passants bisin fer attention kan zot marcher pu zot pa bouscoule zot etalage, sinon gagne bater.

  4. Patrick Ng says:

    You’re welcome to take some of the snow. We’ve got plenty in Canada! Believe me snow is not fun anymore when you’ve got to deal with it year in year out. Last winter, I lost 3 kg shovelling snow.

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