I was drawn to a mural inside, made by local students that is created entirely of plastic bottle caps.
The shop below was an interesting combination: hair salon and fish market.
These cars were in line to buy gas at the only gas station in the area.
It was pricy. It is pumped for you and you are expected to tip the man. They are not open on Sunday.
Cars have the steering wheel on the right and are driven on the left side of the road--a carryover from the British occupancy. The roundabouts are the most disconcerting! Roads are not well-maintained, so the ride is rough.
Here are a couple more views of the harbor.