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Up at 0500 during the daily early am monsoon. Out the door by 0700 to drive to Fajardo, on the east coast of PR, the ferry terminus for ships to Culebra Island, PR's best snorkelling Island. 1.5 hour drive uneventful other than 4 lane freeways have traffic lights. Boarded our ferry for the 45 minute sea crossing to Culebra Island. A little swell and paper bags handed out to many of the passengers including S - not impressed days before a paid 14 day sailing trip! Arriving at the Culebra ...
Okay the first beach I went to was super clear, but super
crowded. I didn’t mind I liked to watch all the families and such run around.
The students aren’t out of school yet, so I saw some of them skipping school
lol it reminded me of when I was younger and my foolish antics. The second
beach I went to was not completely deserted, but I only saw people about every
50 feet. I am excited, because tomorrow is the Black Sand ...
... have both of my eyeballs. In my head. You are very lucky indeed. Because I have nothing else to write but am going to continue rambling on about pure nonsensical madness until my brain runs dry.
... the size of the bait,
and most importantly it’s physical characteristics. A delicate Bay
Anchovy can not carry a heavy wire circle hook for long, and it kills
the bait quickly. Many of the major hook manufacturers are making
extremely sharp hooks suitable for tarpon and they come in sizes from
1/0 to 10/0. I happen to like light wire hooks on most occasion,
specially fishing in daylight hours, although you have to be careful and
try not to ...
... available. Chickens, also, roam freely in towns throughout the west coast area and many stray cats and dogs roam the streets waiting for their next meal.
Cabo Rojo was unimpressive and we found little reason to stay very long as we made our way to Joyuda for a late lunch on the "golden mile". We ate at Vista Bahia Restaurante on the ocean with dining al ...