Author: Jeannie G3 (---.asm.bellsouth.net)
Date: 08-15-08 10:01
Hola! Fajardo has great places to eat. The seafood is fresh and wonderful. I'd suggest asking a local where to eat, your driver John will have a good suggestions. In Puerto Rico, restaurants open and close, someone that had a pleasant meal at a place today, may not be the same tomorrow. There are a good number of places to eat near the port.
Here is some transportation info:
John's publico: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.islaculebra.com/culebra-inquiry/johns-publico.html
Henry's publico: 787-632-9600
They are both frequently mentioned within the forum and they have good references and have provided good service. They range from $65-80.
I agree with Mort, October will be a good time to go to Culebra (low season), and it is after the long weekend but, it will be wild on the mainland. All though it is low key on Culebra, on the mainland it will be wild because it is the last month of the biggest and most active sport in Puerto Rico: Politics! LOL!!! I'd suggest to get to Culebra as fast as you can and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the beach. Happy travels! J