New Year, New Events

New Year’s Eve is finally upon us and it is my duty to show you the upcoming events Seychelles has to offer on this fine day!

If you are looking for a quiet time and just feel like having a dinner with your family or significant other, check out Chatterbox on Eden Island. Here you can find a set menu of starters, main course and dessert that will fulfill your New Year cravings.

Also on Eden Island at Bravo, you can enjoy a Dinner Dance accompanied by a delicious gourmet buffet! Who wouldn’t want to get in on that?

From 7pm you can head to Boardwalk Bar and Grill for a yummy New Years buffet. or dress in all white and enjoy the various DJ’s along with Heineken giveaways all night long at the NYE All White Party!

If you can’t be bothered with a meal and just want to party then come down to Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort and enjoy New Year’s Eve under the stars with a guest DJ from Ukraine. You won’t be disappointed!

Fire and Ice Beach Club offers you the chance to countdown the New Year with Brick and Lace singer, Nyanda. The ‘Snow Party’ includes various DJs and a live performance from Nyanda herself. You won’t want to miss out on this one!

For more information check out the What’s Next In Seychelles page right here.

Eat Up

With December finally making its way onto our calendars, it’s time for me to share with you my not so busy schedule for this month of madness.

This week is definitely going to be the busiest of all my weeks. Since Christmas is right around the corner, I’m reminded that my friends are not as available to hang out as they usually are. That’s why in the spirit of Christmas, and also a really late Thanksgiving, I have decided to throw a Friends-giving party at my house.

This small event will host around fifteen people and the food must be a plenty because these people can eat! I’ve decided to go in a more traditional American direction when it comes to the menu; from turkeys and glazed ham, to collared greens and corn on the cob, and all the way to pumpkin pie. This whole week will be spent shopping and preparing for the meal.

Whilst I’ve been organizing this, I have also spent time thinking about what my table is going to look like for my actual Christmas meal. The 25th is usually spent with my family, the eve being with my friends. This year the menu will contain seafood; a nice match to our sea themed decorations of course.

Crab will be curried and prawns will be grilled. Fish will be fried and mussels will be sauteed and the table will be set with a large serving platter, perfect to pick from like a small buffet. Having only three people in total to celebrate with means more food!

What will you be eating this Christmas? Are you spending it with family or friends or both?

 

Fright Night

With my birthday fast approaching along with Halloween, I find myself more in the mood to stay home and watch scary movies while working on my Halloween costume for next week.

With my needle and thread in one hand and my phone in the other, I scroll through Facebook looking for any event that might happen for that night. Despite the dwindling nightlife on Mahé , a majority of clubs and restaurants (or hotels) have put together some spooky deals and events out for others to enjoy.

So as I take a break from putting together my spook-tacular costume, I’ll be writing up some interesting things to do for Halloween this year.

The Boardwalk is offering prizes for the best costumes for groups, couples and male and female categories as well as SR50 Jager and Zappa shots all night long! Get your groove on at Boardwalk with DJ Aubrey & Solo with your friends!

At the Fire and Ice Bar & Lounge, enjoy from 7.00pm onwards by the marina while vying for prizes for the most alluring costume, most creative and best Fire or Ice costume. If you don’t have your costume together, that’s okay! Try out the glow in the dark face painting available.

If you happen to be in the North of the island then be sure to check out A Night at the Cemetary at Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort. From ten onwards, enjoy DJ Zombie and maybe try your luck at winning a thousand rupees for best male or female costume!

but if partying it up with loud music isn’t for you then try a spooky dinner at Eden Bleu Hotel. For SR595 per person, you can have a three course set meal and a cocktail on the house! Make sure to dress up for maximum fun though!

last but not least, stand the chance to win this Halloween with Club Liberté Casino. At this costume party you can participate in a lottery draw at 10 o’clock pm and win some fun prizes!

So now that I’ve given you some ideas to celebrate Halloween this Tuesday, keep in mine to stay safe in your travels!

 

Festival Kreol

Every year for the past twenty six years, the people of Seychelles come together to pay homage to their culture.

The Festival Kreol is held every end of October and always represents beautiful Creole culture through food, art, music and more.  The week long celebration from the 20th of October to the 30th, is bursting at the seems with fun events. Restaurants also participate with special deals and activities to commemorate this week.

Despite the festival taking place in Seychelles on Mahé, Praslin and La Digue, the week long celebration recognizes and welcomes all Creole cultures from across the globe.

The itinerary for this years Festival Kreol is as follows