The thing about tourists is that they'll never stay put. One day they're sitting right across you, capturing pictures of themselves and taking in the hardscapes and the softscapes, and on the next day, they're gone. New ones take their place. It's a new couple, a new group of friends, a new baby in the stroller; a different language, a different shade of hair, slightly wider eyes that try to make sense of the place. The crowd changes, every hour, every day, and I sit in the same spot, watching.