Caleta 64 Apartment
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... got turned around a few times in the next day, but we did ultimately get where we were going.
The Walmart was HUGE. Multiple levels of parking, three levels of store. We found sunglasses that would work, and also checked out the liquor area because we had hoped to get mini bottles of rum for the gift exchange we were participating in on the ship. Alas, over the next couple of hours everywhere we went had zero mini bottles. We struck out at the CVS and also at a couple of ...
... filled with ham, chicken and steak, and several delicious sauces. It's like a Caribbean phillie cheesesteak and they were only $7.50 a piece (compared to the $20-30 a plate we would have paid at Inaru). We sat at a picnic table overlooking the water and ate our sandwiches, striking up a conversation with a few locals who were enjoying their Sunday evening with some Tico Tripleta as well. In all it felt like we made the better choice by leaving the other ...
... but that did not stop us from enjoying the hell out of shrimp mofongo (shrimp stuffed in plaintains) and Cuba Libres.
We decided to take a 15-minute ferry from Old Town to the world headquarters for Bacardi Rum. Our Lonely Planet, in attempt #2 to screw us, advised that once we arrived at the ferry dock, not to waste $5 on a shuttle- it is "a 15-minute walk" to the Bacardi distillery. ONE HOUR and a stop for ice cream later (it was a long several-mile stroll), we arrived ...
... 5 minutes before or after you passed the spot. (he said us with our Polish / South African backgrounds should be fine in this country).
Another day, when Randy was at work, Sonia took us shopping in a big American style mall. Anna Maria found a lot of pretty clothes, and I found a cool blazer, and had already spent my extra cash on the forced Kindle technology update in any case.
Randy is also driving us to the ferry port! Next stop: the islands of Culebra and Vieques for 5 ...
... down.These bars are very typical of Spain, but I’d never gone to one when I was there because I was too scared to try the food. But I wanted to try it now. So we had some chorizos (Spanish sausage & mushroom) and ham croquettes. Both were good, but not great. I also had a glass of sangria.
Our next destination was back to the ship. And there was a long line getting back on, which did not feel good on our already tired feet. When we got back to ...