|This is a really cool old lighhouse|
|Nice One gave me his number so I can bring all my friends|
The view from there is very good and we really like the ocean breeze, but it is totally different than being near the ocean in California or Hawaii.
This is the fort that the built. We will visit it another day.
We are in that "Central Park" area in the above photo.
Most people were nice and greeted us, especially those who knew Nice One. Others ignored us, and a few were angry at us or Nice One for coming into their area. Perhaps they thought we had ties to the government?
The men in this cab were yelling at us. They were very made at Nice One for bringing us down there.
This is the national canoe fisherman's house.
We had offers to receive babies if we would take them to the US. One man asked me if I would marry his wife and take her to the US. There were hundreds of children and lots and lots of nursing mothers. It was actually cleaner than some areas. They sweep the English cement, but in the dirt areas the sewer flowed down little ditches and it smelled really bad.
We noticed a public toilet and shower building for all these people. It was in constant use, but we did not use it. The drain is open to the ocean. They fish with nets and either sell the fish fresh or smoke it right on the beach. There were several fires going.
We did not go to the James Town Castle with Nice One but maybe we will come back. The castle was later turned into a prison. It was used clear up until 2005. It is no longer in use and it is a vacant building.
These folks are optimistic however. Note that they have planted palm trees along this old boat.
Debi is ahead with nice one. Elder Bybee is protecting Sister Bybee as they walked along.