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ST KITTS: SELF-WALKING TOUR IN THE TOWN

23 April 2018 | Saint Kitts and Nevis

A short walk from the Port Zante brought me to the Basseterre downtown, the capital city of Saint Kitts. After getting off the ship, I saw the port’s shopping mall. There was a sign pointed to more shops or to the historic Basseterre.

I roamed around visiting the attractions nearby based on the map I got at the port. I reached the Independence Square in five minutes stroll. A guy with a monkey offered to take pictures to the visitors. I also found the red British telephone box decoration there. From the square, I saw The Immaculate Conception Co-Cathedral Church.

A walk to The Immaculate Conception Co-Cathedral Church

The next stop was St. George Anglican Church. It’s beautiful with the attractive red roof and big tower. The grass in front yard was nice. There were only few tourists inside. I continued to the National Monument. It took very short time to look around the museum since it was small.

The St. George Anglican Church

One of The Street Corner around The Town

After the museum, I decided just to walk around the town. In the heart of the town, a distinct building attracted me. It’s The Berkeley Memorial, a lovely green clock tower that featured the drinking fountain as well. Around this area there were lots of store, cafe and restaurants.

The Berkeley Memorial

The Berkeley Memorial

The National Museum of St.Kitts

I met my friend and we decided to get out from the downtown to the local residence area. We found a lovely little container house. We also met some friendly locals. A girl was doing the dreadlock hairstyle. A cute girl asked me to take picture of her with her cat and her sister. It was nice to see closer of the local life.

A dreadlock hairdo in front of the house

A local girl posing for my camera with her sister and her cat

A container house by the street





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