The city of La Paz is a real charmer with much to see and photograph. Even the shoreline has a character all its own.
I hinted on Monday that you would see a gigantic oyster shell and pearl. This is just one of the many pieces of art that decorate the boardwalk.
Across the street from the boardwalk you’ll find brightly painted buildings. Here is a restaurant that was still decorated for Día de Muertos, the Day of the Dead, which I described to you recently in my series on our stop this cruise into San Diego’s Old Town.
Across the street is also a good vantage point from which to photograph the boardwalk.
As we headed away from the bay and into town, Ursula and I also found some interesting mural work.
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