I didn’t remember that I had been to this port just last year until after Miriam and I were off ship, through all the tour hawkers and across the street. There is was – the sign for the “Linea Azul” – Blue line that I clearly remembered from last year (6 Feb 2023). So we just took a walk, mostly attempting to stay in the shade. Yes, this was reasonably early after we had docked, but it was already starting to feel warm.
Falling the line, we made the central square which is starting to get ready for Carnival –
from there we walked toward the water and Liverpool Street –
where I present you with the “Beatles” but will spare you the Yellow Submarine and closeups of the English standard phone booths… I will also skip pictures of court buildings, other government buildings and like structures. We did a gradual wander back toward the ship, avoiding stores, souvenir shops and more tour operators. There was also a smaller ship in port today, but I never figured out which line it belonged to. It certainly wasn’t listed on any of the standard look-up tables.
Any way – we came back to the ship fairly early and relaxed for most of the day. I finished the tail on the Beaver and that is as far as I can go with the floss colors I have on hand and moved on to knitting for a while.
The sunset was spectacular –
just as we were leaving the pier. Tomorrow is another port day – then two sea days on our way back to LA. I will save the craft pictures for then.