Author: paul shinn (24.139.223.---)
Date: 03-30-07 21:20
this site has been a great help.
Went Wednesday March 28th - Thursday MArch 29th 2007
My wife and I rented Scooters from JM Rentals/Thrifty Car rental across from the airport. I think if we stayed longer than over night a jeep or car would have worked better... little over 100 bucks with liability insurance!
(btw I almost got divorced over this but I will say by the end of day 1 she was much more relaxed, don't suprise your mate with scooters when they have never driven them before!!!!!)
a day trip is okay to use the publico $3 bucks there $3 bucks back!
Mamacitas for Dinner
Dorado and Fried Grouper yum!
also make sure you try the Shrimp empinada best thing I have eaten in a long while!
Steve the bartenders serves up a mean bushwacker and as always can;t go wrong with a pina colada
Stayed in a guest house Posada La Hamaca just a few short blocks from the dock
less than a $100 for a private room a/c and a shower! private locks are available and snorling eqpmt for $10 rental fee
Flamenco was the most amazing place I have ever been to in my life not that I have been to alot of places but wow we sure did luck out!!!!
also a trip to Zoni beach is well worth it!
on the east side of the island is a scuba beach and a hatching ground for the turtles of the island........
you can see St. Thomas from there on a clear day and wow is it amazing!!
I would have loved to have seen some more shops and more deli style eateries...
wish there was atleast 1 ferry a day between Culebra and Vieques would be nice!
will come back again
never met so many main landers working on this island!
New york (Go sox LoL!!!)
Beach 10 out of 10
Scooters 9 out of 10 read above
Guest house 8 out of 10
Food 10 out of 10
Gifts and swag 5 out of 10
People on the island 10 out of 10
Money spent in 24 hours around $300
this btw was a mini vacation from our vacation and the best part of our week!!!!!