A short visit of the National History Museum in Mauritius

Been long since I’ve been active here, but daaaaaaaaaaaaamn, I’ve been upto many things! Be ready to get bombarded with all eeshmall eeshmall stuffs I’ve done ^_^

I’ll start by my visit of the National History Museum at Mahebourg in the South of Mauritius with my parents. This museum bears remains and fossils of the Dodo bird, giant tortoises, coins and other utensils left by the first people, soldiers, colonies who came to Mauritius.

The Museum was a colonial house where – from the little I could make out – two enemy commanders who were very injured were being looked after by their doctors. Guess when we are fighting between our own life and death, we cannot think of hating others anymore.

However, I didn’t enjoy my visit much because such attractions requires silence. There were outing groups who came leading to the museum staff losing control. It was too noisy, with kids’ shouts, adults talking among each other – calling to each other from one room to the other.

Below are some pics of the short visit I had. I need to visit again to learn more about that place or about what happened in the South of Mauritius during that period 🙂

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