Current Rock of Residence:

Quatre-Bornes, Mauritius

Island Girl Since:

Birth

Originally Hails From:

Quatre-Bornes, Mauritius

Divyaasha aka Divi was born and bred in Mauritius, the beautiful island where you’re welcomed by the huge smiles of the residents. The beautiful island where one day there is a cyclone and the next it is sunny again!

After studying for 5 years in India, she came back and since then has been spending her days at the seaside, except on cyclonic and rainy weather days. She can say she’s been blessed to be born here – exploring the beauty of this island is unimaginable. Everything is so extraordinary that you will never stop marveling over it. Also here in Mauritius, there is a huge fan base for soccer and horse racing. As for the food, there are no words to describe it, but she will try, so here it goes – DELICIOUSLY AMAZING!

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