While the skies were overcast, the weather was fantastic and the architecture was beautiful!
This is where our horse and guide left us...it was a steady climb to this point and I felt a bit sorry for the horse.
When our driver dropped us off, he pointed to the road that we would walk down and would magically take us to the steps leading back to the harbor. We obviously misunderstood once we got on this road...it is funny how out of 4 people (Sugar Plum Fairy was staying out of the discussion) heard different things...a couple of us remember the driver telling us to turn LEFT...the others distinctly heard RIGHT. Hmmm...
I love this statue...I have no idea what it is and Shaggy is the only one who saw it. It was on a little island in the middle of an intersection and seems to me a pretty and green refuge.
The girls are posing next to the cannon here...see the head in front of them? That is hubby taking a photo...sure would like to locate my camera card! Grrr......
As we walked back to the ship, we went down stairs that were in a park like setting. Near the bottom, we saw cat feeding stations. We knew this only because of the sign that told us so. Apparently there are gobs of feral cats and these feeding and housing stations are all over the island. I am not certain how organized it is, but the general public is encouraged to add food and milk, etc. to help feed the animals. Interesting.
We spent the rest of the day on the ship, eating and relaxing...we also laughed and enjoyed the Magic Show after dinner. Fun and funny!
Up next...Tunisa. (After our new computer arrives and I am able to upload photos again)