Today we wake up and realize we get to visit this lovely city again. We really enjoyed it the last time we were here. Even though we really wanted to go back to the beach at Kon Tiki we also knew we really wanted to see the city.
This bus has a great quote on the side that we need on our buses "Don't Worry be Happy"
It is hot out today -- very hot so we head out on foot with lots of water.
One really cool thing here is they have a floating bridge that connects the two areas of the city. It opens when boats need to get thru and then there is a shuttle boat that ferries people over to the other side.
The cities buildings are beautiful vibrant colors that seem to work really well here in the Caribbean but I wonder how they would work here in Vancouver?
Here are the boats that are tied up beside the market (which is right behind the boats)
Here is a boat close up. They live on it while they are here at the market, heck maybe they live on it full time. You can see the laundry hanging on the right.
This is the oldest congregation in the Americas founded in 1651.
The floor of the synagogue has sand on it. The woodwork alone is stunning. We wished later that we would of had someone with us that could of explained some of the items.
We ordered a chicken curry dish and shared it. It was huge and we couldn't even finish all of that. It was so good, my mouth is watering just thinking of it.
We are so full it is now time to start working off the lunch, so we head out on foot and walk all over! And I mean all over!