Casa Marshall

Address: #14 Las Quinta, Ceiba, 00735, Puerto Rico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on #14 Las Quinta, Ceiba, is near Mosquito Bay, East Island Excursions, Erin Go Bragh Charters, and Seven Seas Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Ceiba

    Around the Cayo

    A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Sep 14, 2015

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... 10 feet. The sandy bottom wasn't covered in coral but rather had areas of it that looked like boulders with sea fans and tubular coral on top of it. There was the usual brain coral with its interesting gyrae and lots of crevices in the rocky coral that housed the dark red sea urchins their sharp spines just reaching out of the openings.
    As we got closer to the island itself, the cayo, we began to see lots of fish gliding amongst the ...

    Sea Turtles and Magic after Dark

    A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Sep 13, 2015

    5 comments, 21 photos

    This morning we headed out after an early breakfast,driving to Mosquito Pier. On the way we passed the Island's oldest tree--a Ceiba tree that is 375 years old. WOW, talk about amazing!! Imagine the things this tree has witnessed in all of those years. The roots that brace the tree are above ground and absolutely immense, curving around in giant spiral shapes. I am tiny beside the sturdy trunk.

    We continued on to the pier, parking at the lot just before ...

    A Relaxing Day on Vieques

    A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Sep 12, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... we had the beach to ourselves--unless you count the plentiful no-see-ums who threw a party in our honor, inviting all of their friends for a free meal. {For those of you who've never heard of or met these tiny creatures, consider yourselves lucky. No-see-ums are tiny insects that bite. And are hard to find since they are the size of a speck} Anyway, as soon as we wandered away from the water and into the trees beyond, they were out in full force. But this was a great place to see ...

    Back to Puerto Rico for hurricane season.

    A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on May 31, 2015

    15 photos

    We stayed in Great Harbour JVD, on our last night in the British Virgin Islands. Visited Foxy's one last time for a delicious Roti, and then we were off the next morning, stopping in Culebra, Spanish Virgin Islands, for two days, with a final destination of mainland Puerto Rico.

    There were large beds of seaweed on our trip to Culebra. Enough so that it all bunched up in our prop. As we were motoring, we noticed that our speed was diminishing. At times ...

    The rounding off

    A travel blog entry by gunduana on Feb 26, 2014

    11 photos

    There is no cheap direct line between Culebra and Vieques, so we had to head back to Fajardo from Culebra (i.e. another eeeearly get up to catch the boat) and then head out from Fajardo to Vieques again when that ferry left. By now our modes of transportation have been airplanes of various sizes, busses of various quality, cars, boats, ferries, trains, golf carts,