« Chez Mike », un pilier inébranlable du paysage culturel de Rose Hill
Quand l’Isle de France devint Mauritius
Les grands coursiers : Mystic Snow, cheval de légende
Le Saint-Géran, héritage universel
For many centuries, the islands of the Indian Ocean were familiar territory to Arab traders and sailors. However, even though these travellers made many significant contributions to the science of navigation, they are not often mentioned in mainstream history books, and rarely receive the recognition that is their due, for having sailed the same seas as their European counterparts.