My mother is from Mauritius and I would love to work in the Botanical Garden there, as it is so beautifully well-kept and I have been a frequent visitor! But firstly, I need to get my Creole (broken French) up to scratch, as that’s the native language of Mauritius.
If you lovely readers get the chance to, visit the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew, even if you have no sight, your sense of smell will deepen, as it explores all the scents of rare, seasonal and special plants.
If you guys are lucky enough to visit my Island home of Mauritius, please visit Pamplemousse Botanical Gardens, as the rarest palm trees from all over the world live there. You can also see the Giant African Water Lilies and even drink fresh coconut water!
The moral of my article is, whatever your dream is, grasp it, embrace it and take all the opportunities. Whatever people say to you, you can do better than they think you’re capable. Don’t let them boss you around, but make sure you share your ideas with your parents, or a close member of your family, as it was my Mum who got me through the past four years of my horticultural studies.
So, that’s it guys, thank you for reading till the end. Hopefully I will be working in one of my dream careers in the near future!