Georgetown is a tender port which occasionally makes the choice of what to do for the day quite easy.
Do I want to shop (no, not me). Do I want to see the local museum (exhibits haven’t changed since I went through it in 2013 – I asked the guide), do I want to play with Stingrays. The last is a big time actively for a lot of people. Did the brush and bump with stingrays in Papeete so that left me the wander around option.
It was possible to walk around on the sidewalks without pushing and shoving since the only other ship at anchor today is the Carnival Freedom. The last time I was here it 4-5 ships which is more shoppers than I want to see. Wandering around, it was easy to guess who was off which ship: the Serenade passengers were a bit older, a bit better dressed and sober. The Carnival passengers were living up to the stereotype.
The Pirate is still defending the rum –
The Creature locally is the “blue dragon” which looks somewhere between an iguana and a komodo dragon.
I don’t remember the fountain –
But there are still numbers and variety