This is a small park under one of the largesr banyan trees, I think, in the world (planted 1873) So it was very pleasant and shady. We went on Sunday, and the local pensioners' club were singing Hawaiian songs and hula, which was lovely, and there was a display of stalls with art, jewellery and other locally made artefacts. It was a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
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