The Villas at Palmas
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... rights where I can as I
was the last member of the crew to get sick holding out far longer than my more
experienced mariners aboard. No one was able to sleep in their own bed as the
below decks caused more motion sickness than the main deck, so the boat looked
like a (very posh) homeless shelter with bodies in every corner. When not on
watch I laid in the same spot sleeping off and on 20 minutes at a time just
watching the hours creep by, ...
... and beans, a burrito, fried chicken and rum packed tropical drinks. Life was good. It was now our last night on the island so we drove into town via golf cart and went back to the local restaurant/bar where our friend worked. We talked, ate more and laughed the night away. At about 4am we drove back to the hotel to spend our last night on Culebra. In the morning we would drop off our cart, take a ferry to Fajardo and then another ferry to Vieques another Puerto ...
... local fresh produce so S can cook. Today we find a small fruit and veg market. Pineapple, Banana mango, papaya and wonderful avocados. The meat market is poor. Collecting water from the superstore on the way home we see an enormous queue. Upon investigation it is the local food counter serving lunch items to eat in our take away. Wonderful local beef casserole, their famous slow spit roast pork and many items we do not recognise but buy on the basis we will work out what it ...
... invented in in 1963. We buy one Morphongo ( banana planton base with seafood coconut curry and a Asapous a seafood gumbo rice based) Both of these dishes are traditional famous PR dishes. We walk around the city and S miraculously steers us both into the outlet area of the town! We find Crocs shop and S sees many shoes she would like and I buy shoes. A pair of crocs! having missed our jog this morning it seems like a ...
... While not as ridiculously crystal clear as the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, it is definitely a close second (for now at least... who knows what USVI will bring). Next to the main section of beach, there was a small cliff and rocky area followed by another small beach. We could see a bunch of random coral on the beach, and Jake commented on how the water level must have been much higher way back ...