George Town harbor is a beehive of activity on most days, it seems. Small ferries bring cruise ship passengers to the docks (far right), scuba groups head out to explore wrecks (center), shops and bars fill with tourists (far left) while construction cranes keep adding to the "skyline." This vantage point was from a lunch table at Rackham's restaurant, with a fresh grouper sandwich and local White Tip beer to complete the immersion experience.
On the flag: Johannesburg sketcher Cathy Gatland sketching outside Kippies Jazz Club in Newtown.
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