The first night we went down to see the sunset, there was a cruise ship in the way. Everyone had to squish onto a small bridge or in the restaurant area (I ended up in close company to a garbage can). The second night the next cruise ship parked a bit further down leaving us an unobstructed view of a gorgeous sunset. Best pics are taken when the sun is low and the clipper ships are at full sail. The entertainment is okay (sword swallowers, tight rope walkers, fire jugglers) plus a plethora of vendors. I will say the bathrooms were suprisingly clean although lacking in soap dispensers. There are cats and roosters EVERYWHERE on this island. I think I have more pictures of them than anything else!
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