We have some photos we like that never made it into any blog posts. So here goes:
On one side of Port Louis’ main street sits a sparkling new shopping center. Directly across the street sits the city’s Central Market, which probably hasn’t changed in a hundred years or more. We found this fruit and vegetable vendor wearing a Baja California shirt.
These colorful umbrella shots were taken across the street at the sparkling new shopping center. Quite a contrast to the crowds, cacophony, and narrow aisles found at the old Central Market. Third world on that side of the street, first world on this side.
We found this sliver of a building in Barcelona’s El Gotic district during the first week of this trip. Must be interesting to live in a building so narrow that you can stand in the middle of the room and easily touch both walls.
Don’t know what this Valencia, Spain building was. Just another of the beautiful old buildings that line the historic district’s streets.
Someone left a comment on our South African elephant story asking if we had ridden an elephant. Here’s the answer.
What’s the deal with frogs at the Bali Hai Hotel in Broome? Last time we found one in our toilet. This time we found one in the sink.