Sunday, May 31, 2015

Culebra and Culebrita

On our way to Culebra we stopped near Isla Palaminos and picked up a free mooring for the night. It was the beginning of Memorial Day Weekend so the locals were living it up and playing loud music.  It is hard not to dance when you hear the fun beat!
We left the next morning for a secluded anchorage just off the west coast of Culebra.  We snorkeled and found small fish, fairly good visability and decent soft corals.  Overall a good experience.
Next night we anchored near the small city in Culebra and enjoyed Zacos Tacos.  

On Culebrita we found a nice secluded anchorage with free day use moorings which we stayed on overnight without issue.  Paul and I were out in the dinghy checking out the coral to see where to snorkel whe I ran over some coral and bent the shaft on the dinghy motor.  Ugh!!!
Just when we thought our spending spree was over!

We hiked up to the ruins of the light house, hiked to the jacuzzi, and spent a lot of time at the white sandy beach.  By far this is our favorite place we have been to south of the Bahamas.

Not sure what we plan to do next but the wind looks like it is going to pick up so we will be spending a lot of time in the US and British Virgin Islands.

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