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Reunion was a bit of a fizzer. There were some excursions organised by the ship but we chose not to take any of them - we would do our own thing. The day started in chaos as we had to get on a shuttle bus to take us the 300M through the port area thence change buses! There was no direction as to where the next bus was, when it was leaving, where it was going etc. Eventually and inevitably things got sorted out and we got into the town proper ...
... was that it was going to be a hard time to find anything that would interest us. But, being the shoppers that we are, we went in and out of many stores. Most of the shops were beach themed so that did not interest us. We did find one shop that sold some interesting kinds of sugar and some vanilla beans. The sugar are in small packets and they contained different flavors. I think some of them may go well with coffee and ...
... that conclusion. So, is the “original meaning” concept an important tool for understanding the Constitution? Yes, but not the only tool. Is the Constitution a living document? You bet, no matter what the “original meaning” crowd argues!
On to Réunion - - but, to be honest, there is not much to say about this place. It’s actually an official department of France, much I am led to believe like ...
... for granted in Nairobi, no matter the time of day.
We checked in quickly and began the two hour wait for our flight, in the overcrowded terminal. They've tried to make more space, which is desperately needed, by taking out more and more of the duty free shops. My old favorites are now gone; the remaining shops are small and lean. The flight left on time at 13:15 and was not completely full which was pleasant.
We had a three hour flight ...
... trees and looking back at it, we had a comical day. After returning to the village, I stopped at a French supermarket, bought some French essentials, then got a jambon fromage baguette from the boulangerie (bakery) across the road. After all, this was our first and last French port. Very enjoyable coach back observing the dramatic scenery of the volcanic island itself. Now for an evening of Abba...