The walls have a fishy theme!
I cut off the name under this bust, so I'm not sure who he is! He's very distinguished!
More sea life murals!
A vendor displays his wares on the seawall.
Men at work! I'm not sure if these guys are sweeping streets, or part of the beach cleanup crew. For anyone who hasn't visited Isla Mujeres in the past few years, the ugly hulking structure in the background is an abandoned unfinished condo development. Ugh! I wish it would disappear.
Someone has claimed the semi-demolished Hotel Perla Caribe as the Hotel Calabera. I tried to translate, but the closest I could get was calavera, which means skull? I did see squatters going in and out while I was hunting seaglass below the malecon.
Craig and the whaleshark!
For most of the trip, this tent selling goods from Guanajuato was set up on the malecon above the zocalo. Vendors also had little booths set up with games, toys, and food while we were there in December. Here's a little video of that area at night.