We had a stroll through the fruit markets and wow, their fruits are tiny!!!!! I should have done a comparison with my finger but take my word, they are tiny.
These watermelons are the size of a volleyball. So tiny!
These are chocolate, honey and coconut sticks. $1 USD for one or $5 USD for 6. Addictive.
We also ventured through a fish market, where all the fish were laid on the floor and sold.
On top of the fish market is a small restaurant/cafeteria style food and we ended up ordering two fish curries, papadam, tuna pizza and what not.
Roti was incredibly soft and fluffy.
These tuna pizza pockets were AMAZING. I bought some of the filling back home, so stay tuned and keep checking back for the recipe!
In terms of sight-seeing, there is the mosque, artificial beach, cemetery, the President’s house and some gorgeous gardens. Definitely check out the museum too!
Mosque from a far 🙂
Old President’s house
Since it’s pretty humid over there, I recommend having ice cream. Um. Duh.
SEAGULL CAFE IS WHERE ITS AT.
Zuppa Inglese with chocolate chips- The server told us it was SOUP. I don’t know but whatever it was, it didn’t taste like soup and it was freaking delicious.
Caramel- had some raisins and nuts in it but did not really have a strong caramel flavour
Giandjura- Hazelnut- DELICIOUS
Mango & Kiwi Sorbet- quite smooth (not as smooth as Cow&moon) . I was not a fan of the kiwi unfortunately, it didn’t taste like anything.
Mango is always a winner 🙂