It was just starting to get dark and the view of the church spires in the setting sun was pretty.
After eating we decided to stroll around the Fishermans Plaza (Plaza del Pescador). All the stands were open and the rides were running for the childrens amusement. The vendors selling balloons, toys, cotton candy, etc. were all out in force.
Churros, one of my favorite treats.
We stood and looked out over the harbor for a few minutes and watched a couple of young boys swimming. It is the first time that we have ever seen anyone swimming there and personally you couldn't pay me enough to get into the water there; but they were enjoying themselves.
Part of the new work on a marina for pleasure boats, it mustn't be open yet as there are no boats there. The small boat on the left hand side has been tied up there for a long time and apparently the fellow that lives aboard her is an interesting person. We have never met him.
We started to walk toward our bus stop, past the Plaza de Tres Presidentes, when a couple of clowns (actual clowns, not just goofy people) called us over. They were going to put on a show and were recruiting an audience. We walked over and sat down and after awhile they apparently decided that they had enough people to begin. They did some comedy routines, some acrobatics, some juggling, etc.. The crowd kept growing and eventually they had a pretty good audience. They were quite funny and the crowd loved them. We watched their act for quite awhile before hopping on our bus and heading home.
A nice relaxing evening.