|The waiter in the blue shirt was a real trip; he literally came out in the street to entice us in his restaurant, The Sky's the Limit.|
While many of the seaside restaurants here tend to be a little pricey, there was a group of open-air restaurants between the two piers that featured BBQ and had very reasonable prices. We paid just under $20, including two beers, for what turned out to be a great lunch.
Walked down the beach about a ½ mile. Since it's almost off-season (also known as hurricane season) the beach wasn't very crowded with people. We're still trying to get used to the mainly French laissez-faire attitude to clothing, or more specifically, the lack of it. It does seem to make the beach walks more interesting, however.
Spent the rest of the day just lazing on the boat and resisting the urge to grab the binoculars.