While Victoria is one of the smallest capitals in the world, but it has a lot of charm, and it is fun, through the small alleys and streets to wander.

All important points are close together, long foot marches under sengender sun therefore needed in Victoria not to fear. From the bus station, for example, to reach the market within walking distance of just under five minutes.

The landmark Victoria is the ultimate shiny silvery "Clock Tower", the middle of Independence Avenue. Going by the clock tower in the direction from the port, can be reached soon, the Tourist Office, which is on the right side of the road.



On a visit to the capital, it should not be missed, Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke market to explore. In the airy hall is constructed market daily to 16 clock fresh goods offered for sale. In addition to fruit and vegetables you can find all kinds of exotic spices such as nutmegs, which are still in their red perianth (Macis) stuck and therefore strongly aromatic.

Especially her is high in the fish department of the market. Visitors, however, given the army of flies that are on the fish cavort, duly passed the appetite. Those flies are the preferred prey of many Cattle Egret, the hungry between the fish around.

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