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... informed that everything would close between 12 and 2 - welcome to France!).
The town of Le Port was pretty ordinary with no outstanding landmarks. We made our way to
the bus station, waited half an hour thence boarded the bus for St Denis the capital of the island.
The French have poured money into Reunion, especially the roads. It is about 20 kms to St Denis and the motorway style road is built entirely into the ocean ...
... and warm while walking but most of the shops were air conditioned so that cooled us off a bit.
We walked along the sidewalk near the beach and could see surfers enjoying the large waves. Even though there was a sign posted "No swimming, no surfing" because of sharks. Maybe the sharks were busy somewhere else that day.
We did not last long in town as there was not much to really see or do. The best part ...
... 8220;be all and end all” for understanding our Constitution. While you should not, cannot, attribute a single belief to our Founding Fathers (amazingly, they argued with each other about the same issues that confront us today), you have to acknowledge they were learned men. They knew that the law had developed over the centuries, both by legislative fiat and by judicial interpretation. Do you really think they believed that ...
... the Air Mauritius lounge. So we had a nice dinner and glass of Bordeaux while we waited for the 21:45 flight to Reunion. I went online and checked our mail and got caught up on some work while we waited.
The half-hour flight to Reunion left on time and was fairly full. Thankfully on arrival in Reunion everyone was tired including the emigration customs agents. They simply stamped our passports and let us in and there was no customs hassle. Mr. ...
... as they weren't English. At least we knew we were on the right path.
One behind the other we walked besides a small river and we came across a little settlement with animals and what we thought was an old lady staring at us (it was beginning to feel like a horror movie scenario at this point). We decided to continue down the path and it was a local man, selling refreshments, so I ...