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... try them when we get home. Went into a book store, but it was all in French, of course. Good thing as I would have purchased a few cookbooks.
We did go into a cafe where they had huge meringue cookies, like the kisses I make. I do not know how many people could actually eat that whole cookie, maybe five people. I did take a picture but probably cannot see how really large the cookie is.
It was ...
... counsel does not exist in the Constitution. You’re entitled to a lawyer – if you can afford one. After all, the right to appointed counsel was not granted for non-capital cases until some 160 years after the Constitution was written. How could it be a Constitutional right?
While the “original meaning” concept is, in my view, extremely important to Constitutional interpretation, it simply cannot be ...
... where we arrived late in the afternoon. We walked into the brand new terminal arrival section which was about four times as large as the old one. It was well staffed, so lines were not too long. We walked to the transit line where we still had to fill out arrival forms giving all our personal information. Then we were allowed down to the new departure area. Since the flight on which we arrived was a codeshare will Air France and Kenya Airways, we were allowed ...
... consisting three courses of creole food and red wine. One of the best food we have had on a tour like this. After lunch we continued east and descended just as steeply and twisty as coming up but on that side of the island there is rain forest on almost vertical hillsides. Finally we stopped in St Denis for a quick look at Government House, the oldest building on the island. Both Mauritius and Reunion had no native people and have only been occupied since ...
... this steep road as it twists and turns up the mountain,
pleasantly surprised to find it smooth and well-paved, until it suddenly turns into a dirt road
after about 20km. Having got that far, I figured I would keep going as it is actually quite well
graded, though my FWD Mazda spins the tyres on some of the steep, sharp curves. The
lack of guard rails was a little disconcerting, especially as I got higher and higher, and the
road got narrower and narrower. Eventually ...