Author: Bruno Labrie (---.dsl.bell.ca)
Date: 04-12-07 01:19
Next month, it will be the second time that I visit Culebra. I love Isla Culebra! And, this year, I plan to camp at Flamenco Beach. It's one of the most beautiful beaches that I seen in my life and I would like to sleep in front of the Carabean.
But, I want to enjoy my camp experience. I know that it’s a challenge to camp at 95 degree Fahrenheit, especially for a Canadian. But, when I read some posts in the forum, I am disturbed about insects at Flamenco Beach.
Last year (May ’06), I was not importuned by the insects on the Island, but I never camped there.
They have many insects? Red Ants? Which is your opinion on the subject? Is it pleasant to camp there?
If I can’t go outside without three layer of repellent and that I am constrained to beat me with the flies, I will reconsider my choice to bring my Camp stuff by airplane.
You know, I don't want to have a bad experience.