Least I forget, we also had mussels, lushly cooked by Lorraine,
which on their own would have been the stars of the show.
As good as they were, and they were, they had some very tough competition.
Culebra has been named one of the “Best Secret Islands on Earth” by Travel + Leisure magazine.
Ok, hermanos and hermanas, this is NOT a bad thing. Not if we actively remember why Culebra is our joy to live on and for others to visit. So let's all work together, locals and visitors alike, to keep Culebra clean and shiny, from picking up trash to not letting the corals become trashed. From keeping developers from over building Culebra into what visitors DON'T want (but rather, small, truly sustainable, not just 'green' lip service, types of lodgings and homes) to requiring builders to stay out of endangered areas while obvserving the LAW of the LAND in not clear cutting. The one beautiful thing is that there is no need to say, as they must in cruise ship invaded islands, be friendly. Culebra and her people already have that. May this never change.
|A sight / site that will change forever if the Dubon/Terruno project is not stopped|