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This season of Real Housewives of Orange County may have been short, but it was far from sweet, and from the look of the reunion trailer, it could leave a bitter aftertaste in the mouths of the cast. Heather Gay not only survived, she did, and that's why winning the season 1 reunion isn't necessarily the thing.

I must confess I didn't know they were filming all the time while I was eating finger food. Overall, the top notes, as we all know, were amazing, a rainbow of emotions and a beautiful set, but the moments that made me cry were the moments that convinced me as a viewer and that shone through in the trailer for the first season.

Given the humidity, the temperature felt hot for the half of the year, but the weather was a little cooler, with trade winds, especially along the east and south coasts. I chose Saint-Pierre, which was less rainy even at that time, although I would recommend it in case it is not without cyclone risk. If you want a period that is not recommended due to the risk of cyclones, you can go back to October or November of last year.

As I said, the rain did not last long and cloudiness can form all year round, so the island is basically divided into two parts. The northwest coast, where some of the most beautiful beaches are located, is almost dry. Despite the rain, 1,600 mm (65%) of rain fell on the north coast this year, which, as mentioned above, did not last long.

As a French overseas department located in the Indian Ocean south of the equator, the climate is similar to that of Australia, i.e. the Australian winter and the tropical summer.

The warmest time of the year is generally the end of January, when highs regularly reach around 24.6 degrees Celsius and temperatures rarely drop below 76.2 degrees Celsius at night, but can sometimes drop as low as 72.5 degrees. Temperatures can fluctuate between the average and high temperatures of 30.4 degrees Celsius during the day and drop to lows of 20.8 degrees Celsius at night. St. Denis is located on the north coast and is therefore ideal for those who swim all year round. Due to its proximity to a number of beaches and beaches with good visibility, it is also a great place to swim all year round.

Highs range from 86 to 8C during the day, 86.8C at night and 24.6C at night. In the summer months maximum temperatures are between 86 and 88 ° C. Low temperatures are between 20 and 20.5 ° C. There are also numerous mountain ranges.

If you are looking for a very warm time to visit La Reunion, the hottest months are February, January and then December. If it's dry weather, be it November, October August is the warmest month, with temperatures between 86 and 88 degrees and lows of 20.5 degrees C.

The best time to visit is between June and August, with temperatures ranging from 86 to 88 degrees and lows of 20.5 degrees C. June to August is the slow season for tourism in Reunion. Tourism is the second most common weather event this month, so hotels are slightly more expensive and accommodation and other accommodations can cost less than usual.

It rains in early January and there is a small chance of rain in the first days of February, but not much more. It falls in late January and early February when Hurricane Dina hits the island, as well as in March and April.

While packing for the reunion, we learned to pack a big tarp and a rope no matter what the forecast was, so we adjusted our schedule no matter what the rain did. The challenge was to stay dry in our tents, keep dry in many fun activities and keep 80 people dry during the rain while we were doing them. Fortunately, we had planned activities that could be done under the tarpaulins while it was raining, but the first half of the game was played in sunshine. We planned the "Not-so-Newlywed" game as one of our activities and moved to the tar when it started to rain.

A few times I thought about not suggesting that everyone dock the ship and go home, but since everyone worked together and helped each other, it was a very positive experience for all of us, not just the captain of the cruise ship. The theme of this year's reunion was' Cruisin ',' and it seems he is very experienced because he steered the cruise ship through a big tropical storm time and again.

The altitude favours the formation of thunderclouds on wind-exposed slopes, while rainfall can reach up to 6 metres per year. The maximum sustained wind speed during a day that lasts more than a few moments is highest in late August and early September, where the average top speed is around 100 miles per hour (considered a "fresh breeze").

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