Author: steen (---.hsd1.ma.comcast.net)
Date: 01-10-07 21:58
We usually like to spend part of our time camping and part of it in a rental which is what we will be doing again this year. Fish is a great idea--and thanks for the angel hair pasta recipe--we'll give that a whirl.
I appreciate Mj's perspective--having come from living in remote parts of Romania and Nepal as well as Alaska (places that have far less than Culebra) I can appreciate not wanting the crowds and not having everything at your fingertips. I'm not looking for anything on demand--simply inquiring if there are more options than what I've come across.
MJ--you mentioned you like to hit local places that don't have lines. We do too:) Could you name a few?
In my post I was only hoping to get a broader list of restaurants or kiosks that are off the beaten path (rather than the ones I mentioned that we all know about.)
If anyone has any ideas I'd love to hear them. We'll be there for two weeks in Feb and if we dig up anything not listed here will be sure to add them.