|Culebra map - a cartoon map suits this animated island|
|Shady spot on Zoni Beach|
|Dinghy Dock bar|
Most of Culebra's watering holes double as surprisingly good, eclectic restaurants where you can belly up to the bar in your tank top, swim trunks and flip-flops, and get a little light-headed on stiff drinks as you enjoy gourmet-level Puerto Rican and Tropical Fusion entrees, especially at local favorites like Susie's or The Dinghy Dock. How about a morning at the beach, followed by lunch and drinks at a place on the water, then an afternoon nap or hike before returning to the bar for happy hour and dinner, then finally some time spent star-gazing back at your cottage in the cool breeze before drifting off to sleep listening to the waves crashing and other indigenous sounds? If that sounds like fun then Culebra might be right for you.
|Inside Susie's Restaurant, just before it got crowded on a Saturday night!|
|Tarpon fish stay close by at the Dinghy Dock|
|Picture from Datiles Beach on our last morning in Culebra|
|Leaving Culebra, but ready to return!|
Click here to read my previous post about our 3 nights in Old San Juan.