Local Bloggers Meet

An initiative of possibly the coolest Mauritian blogger, Aadil.  It’s this Saturday at 11 a.m at Cafe Cabanne in the Astrolab building on the Caudan Waterfront.  If, like me, you didn’t even have a clue that there is a building tentatively called Astrolab in Caudan, there’s even a map on his blog.

So, yeah, the link.

What? Local Bloggers Meet
When? 11 a.m Saturday 18 November 2006
Where? Cafe Cabanne, Astrolab building, Caudan Waterfront
Who’s paying? Hem hem…

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5 Responses to “Local Bloggers Meet”

  1. 1 LaSh 14 November, 2006 at 10:03 pm

    Hey Khalil, give it a try for the meeting, even if u can’t make it for the whole duration, which i don’t think will be more than a couple hours! It’d be nice to get to know the bloggers *for real* ;).

    p.s: Am also having my exams ;).

  2. 2 aadil 15 November, 2006 at 12:37 pm

    I second Abdul! I mean Lash. 😀
    You should drop by.

  3. 3 Khalil A. 15 November, 2006 at 8:34 pm

    I don’t want to boost around but it’ll be difficult difficult, to drop by. Maybe next time.

  4. 5 Yashvin 15 November, 2006 at 10:43 pm

    i will be there but plz if its cancelled, let know..not by blog lol, send a mail 😛

    c u there on sat!

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