At anchor, Matthew Town, Great Inagua, Bahamas
Boquerón is a party town. People come from all over, especially during spring break and summer, to enjoy themselves. When it comes to partying in Boquerón there are two things you need to do: listen to the music and eat the street food.
|Anyone want to buy some "stainless teel"?|
The thing about the parties in Boquerón is that they're mostly carried out on the street. Bands play out on the street, and many people eat street food from stalls lining the road. Even shops have tables outside to sell their goods.
The party starts on Thursday with a just a little bit of activity. It grows and grows until it climaxes on Sunday. People lie on the beach all day and then head to the streets at night. From Monday to Thursday afternoon, the town is completely dead. There is no one anywhere.
The park during the week. It's empty and the stands are not set up.
|A view of the shopping stands as the evening is just starting|
|It gets much more crowded as the evening progresses|
Lots more pics and videos of music, food, and dancing below: