Author: Debbie (---.asm.bellsouth.net)
Date: 01-16-07 08:20
Boy, Richard, your 3:00 a.m. postings are not the most helpful. :(
Fawn - it's a long way (maybe 3-5 miles?) from the beach to the ferry dock/center of town, where are the amenities you are looking for are located. If you are camping at the beach and you don't have a car, you should get all your provisions before taking a publico out to the beach. After the last ferry runs for the day, it can be difficult to get a publico to come out to the beach to get you to run an errand. The groceries stay open, at lastest, 7:00pm. There is one that is away from town that is open until 9:00, but it would not be likely that you would be able to get a publico at the beach to take you into town after sundown. There are kioskos at the beach selling food and drinks during daylight hours. Publicos cost $2 per person one way to the beach. It is safe to wander anywhere around Culebra at night, even for a single female adult.