|On our drive from Hopkins to the highway we saw a crocodile in the ditch at the side of the road. This road is in the process |
of being paved, so I guess these crocodiles are just one of the hazards the workers have to worry about in their workplace.
|Our first stop in Dangriga was the hardware store. They are working hard to expand it.|
|Courts is the place to go for electronics, home appliances, furniture and more.|
|Eric spied this great sign at a drug store.|
|This is the outdoor market where you can find fresh produce, clothing (new and used), and more. It was surprisingly dead|
today for a Friday.
|Dangriga is "big city" compared to Hopkins.|
|This is a typical scene in downtown Dangriga. Notice the small child sitting on the bicycle handlebars at the far left?|
Bicycles are a hugely popular form of transportation here, so children learn from a very young age to ride like this.
On this trip to Dangriga we ran into King, the bartender at Chef Rob's Gourmet Cafe. He got a ride into Dangriga, but it looked like his scheduled ride back to Hopkins was going to fall through. So, we happily gave him a ride back with us. This is the second trip that we've given a Hopkins resident a return ride from Dangriga. That's just the way things go here.
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