Slept very late - I must have been wrecked! I had to hike to find a taxi (but found the bus station in the progress). I barely made it to the embassy before closing - only five minutes to spare. Not that that stopped them from making me wait half an hour - luckily I had negotiated the taxi price to include waiting. After yesterday's disappointment with expensive food I tried the street food. Lot's of stuff available, most of it pretty good, most of it spicy, some really hot, and all of it really cheap. I stuffed myself for 9 Rupees (~ 35¢) - then spent three times as much on desert - yogurt (to kill the fire in my mouth) and a chocolate bar. Went to the central market again but didn't buy anything. Spent the late afternoon up to, and around the citadel (Fort Adelaide). It's a steep hike at the end, but at the top I discovered to things: one, a panoramic view; and two, Port Louis just isn't a very picturesque city. The fort itself is a monolithic monstrosity that's been somewhat livened up with graffiti. One cool thing - the courtyard of the fort looked like it's been converted in to a pretty slick community theater. After dark I walked to the internet cafe. Despite stuffing myself this afternoon I was hungry on my walk back to the hotel. Nothing is open in Port Louis after dark so I went to the hotel's restaurant again - and was pleasantly surprised. The food was much better tonight.