Chickens are everywhere. And, where there are chickens there are Roosters, which start announcing their presence before the sun comes up and continue all day. Yet, the eggs in the market come from Boston.
I call this the bus stop, even though there are no busses on the island. The sign to the left calls it Vida Natural -- I guess that's what hanging out is.
It's not at all uncommon for a car or truck to stop in the middle of the street to have a conversation This usually doesn't take too long. However, the van in this picture seemed to be unloading a crowd, which can take time. There was no way our Jeep to get by so we had to back down the street and find another route.
Traffic usually drives on the right side of the road. But, since there are no parking rules it can be a challenge. The roads are just narrow enough for two cars to pass but that doesn't slow anyone down. People drive their vehicles as fast as they can -- vintage Pinto or cement mixer.
Downtown Isabella II, the capital city -- bit crowded and requires much patience to navigate.