Once in a while we all need to take a break and just enjoy our surroundings. Let’s take a look around this little known Caribbean Island.
The photo above is of the last Spanish Fort built in the Western hemisphere. It was never completed by the Spanish. It acted as a jail for a time during the mid 1900′s. It is now a wonderful museum.
Bananas and Plantains are a staple in every one’s diet and yard here. They not only produce food, they also attract some of our feathered friends.
There are flowers to admire also.
We have some other Fauna here.
The Spanish left behind the Paso Fino breed of horses which have adapted into a type of stray known here as a “sato”. They roam freely…drivers beware.
As in most Caribbean Islands chickens are part and parcel of every day life. They are a mixed breed and free range. They are amazingly hardy and forage for themselves.
There is more to come.