Honiari and Ginger Bay Resort, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

We arrived at 8 am or so to the pier and would be able to leave the boat again without a tender. Sweet. Mariella and I ate breakfast and walked from the port to the main drag of Honiari independently.This statue was for the Solomon Islanders during WW II. 

It was a busy port and the Main Street was busy. We walked down the the crafts market and saw some great art, crafts and carvings. 

The carvings are phenomenal. 

We bought two necklaces and a t-shirt. We walked to the nicest hotel in downtown. It was great with a waterfront view.

 We headed back to the ship for lunch and join our shore excursions. I went to Ginger beach and Mariella did an in town tour. The ride out was long and as always interesting. 

The graffiti was wild. 

There were all kinds of places. 

The beach was nice and the hosts sweet. 

The snorkeling was non existent and disappointing. Everyone seemed to make the best of it. Sea day and on to Vanuatu. Peace out Namaste Tres

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