After a delightful tour of the Mount Gay Rum Distillery, we walked our tipsy selves back through Bridgetown, stopping at every stall to inspect the local fruits and veggies.
One thing we don't find nearly as often in Puerto Rico is soursop (sugar apples), which is very unique and oddly shaped fruit, with a sweet gritty taste. It looks like several kernels of green bumpy corn stuck together to form a ball, and you peel off each kernel, sucking the white flesh and juices and discarding the skin. It's interesting.
But our stroll was definitely worth it, to experience Barbados by foot, mingling with locals and exploring the city, was priceless.