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... the island, at about the middle of the island (between east and west). The main part of the town is about 5 blocks by 5 blocks with grocery stores, cafes, hotels, churches and a town square. High on top of the hill beyond town is the El Fortin Conde de Mirasol, is a fort built in 1845 by the Spanish, which overlooks the town and has over 180 degree views of the water. The town looks similar to other Caribbean and Central American towns with low slung light colored concrete buildings ...
... an hour ahead of time and to buy our tickets first thing in the morning if we can. They load the ferry in a specific manner, elderly and those needing help first, residents of Vieques second and then everybody else after that. We get everything done including a disagreement with Thrifty over the flat tire. They were unable to fix it and they expected us to pay $100.00 to replace the tire… to which Amb replied, ...
... is that over years of neglect and general ignorance, the glow has faded. At the bay there’s a site for a new water processing plant. Although some people are blaming the energy company responsible for the destruction of this wonder, it is not completely their fault. The government has failed to make the necessary arrangements to ensure its well being into the future. For years this has been a problem and only minor adjustments ...
After leaving Antigua we moved across to St Martin where I am very pleased to say that we bought a new dinghy and engine – now we can go ashore and travel some distance without worrying whether we will make it or not!
We have also slowed down considerably, enjoying three weeks in the Virgin Islands where we had a fantastic time ...
So, we had been keeping Fodor's PR travel guide with us (a Deb find--from the library), and learned that travel can be done cheaply. ...We decided to find out--mostly the hard way, but also the YOLO/carpe diem/you'll-never-know-unless-you-try way.
Note: Being severely limited by a budget offers much more room for creativity ("severely limited" means $40/day, including food, lodging, and transportation).