Author: JoseGuzman (---.87.109.236.netdial.caribe.net)
Date: 03-22-05 05:39
The southeast area, from Guayama to Humacao, remain to remember us what P.R. was many years ago.
I mean, the road ( route 3 )still the same, with many small hotels and restaurants.
There is a light house in Maunabo, and the road from Maunabo to Yabucoa is beautiful.
The beaches there are not as good as those in the West or Northeast, but still provide anyone with a nice view, time to relax and enjoy.
There is a government hotel in Arroyo, do not remember the name, and if still in service, the train that was used to carry sugar cane was/is active covering part of the route of many years ago.
In that area, if you go west to Salinas, you may enjoy our best MOJO ISLENO, That is fish, with a tasty onion sauce.
Most restaurants there will serve it, but my choice is La Barca.
It is located in a watefront, where they have a small marina, and boat rides to nearby cays.
Hope this helps...