Black mangrove, Avicennia germinans; growing at the water's edge. The black mangrove can be identified by numerous finger-like projections, called pneumatophores, that protrude from the soil around the tree's trunk.
We sat outside overlooking (literally- I was sitting in my seat taking this photo) this ginormous fishing boat at sunset with a perfect breeze blowing off the water. Our meal was spectacular including one of the best crab bisque soups we've ever had.
Hanging fishing nets at the back of the ginormous fishing boat at sunset.
Variety of sponges for sale at the sidewalk markets that open onto a shopping square.
Crowds of people waited to be seated at one of the many Greek restaurants on the main street.
We picked up some freshly made Baklava at one of the many Greek bakeries along the way. So much good food and good times.