Most of the time, the streets of Antigua were crowded with people, buses, vans, cars, Tuk-tuks, horses, bicycles, and scooters. It is a busy, bustling place, especially on the weekends when the locals come to the markets.
It is common to see many women wearing the traditional indigenous clothing, especially if they are selling handicrafts or food from their farms. Men and boys are more likely to wear jeans and shirts.
Our Antigua guide, Victor, said that on Saturdays "Antiguenos" will drive even if they only have to go 5 blocks. Everyone is trying to navigate the stone streets and narrow, uneven sidewalks at the same time!