Traditionally, the Bajau resided in small boats, sailing day and night with the currents, counting only on their fishing gear to make a living. This is how they earned the title of the “sea gipsies”. Others used to live in hiding and many still live nowadays in the middle of nowhere, on floating villages built
Two unattached souls by morning, joined together through matrimonial union by sundown.
What time is it? When you’re sipping on your banana flip, feeling the ocean breeze on your skin while lying on your beach bed in Mauritius, questions like this certainly never cross your head. It’s a magical place of silence, relaxation and serenity that makes you feel so at peace with yourself and the world
Preview of our latest wedding shoot. Image captured at Cap Malheureux Church. What made the small village of Cap Malheureux very popular is the church with its red roof. The village has no much attraction besides the wonderful scenery. From the beach of Cap Malheureux the visitors have a beautiful view on the ocean; you
Get married in paradise Image shot at Dinarobin Hotel, Mauritius
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