Craft Stall on the Beach

After grandly proclaiming that most Seychellois blogs discontinue after a few entries due to lack of stamina, I must look as though I've gone the same way with mine. Many apologies. The weather has been glorious and I've been getting lost in island life / aka bumming around on the beach.

I've now found a way to combine my bumming around with work: I've got a stall on the beach selling my crafts. It's great fun as I not only get to sell, but can chat with lot's of people from all over the world. Most of them are staying at the Berjaya Beauvallon Bay Resort, but there are others who spot my stall just walking down the beach. I can recommend the hotel (not getting paid for this!), simply because it's location is brilliant. It has better rooms and infra-structure than the Coral Strand and is livelier than the Fisherman's Cove, which is beautiful but so serene, it is morgue-like. Also, the latter is at the "bad" end of the beach.

So, if you're in the vicinity, pop around and say hi. Looking and chatting is free :-). And fear not, I won't get into any hard sales spiel; I'm pretty useless at that anyway.


  1. i live in seychelles but in Anse Etoile and visit beau vallon for a dip quite often, how come ave never come accross your stall and the way you sell cool stuff

    1. Ah, sadly this was a few years ago. Meanwhile, I sold my soul to a tour operator for a few years. I'm back on the creative work now, though. I don't have enough stock yet for a stall, but when I do I might go back to Bazar Labrin at least. It was a fun time when I had the stall right on the beach. ;-)



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