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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 ...
... 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 ...
... in the Union, even using the Euro as its official currency. Damn! I had 40 Euros at home. If only I knew. Of course, those Euros at home cost me $1.40 each. The ones I got here were only $1.08. Yes, the dollar is strong.
We ported at Le Port (cute, hah?). We passed up the Crystal excursions which would have taken us to another waterfall or an active volcano or the beach. I’ve given up sitting in the sun as a type ...
... 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 ...
vivre ensemble à la Réunion :
le rhum savanna et la culture de la canne à sucre :