Yesterday we headed to Flamenco, because it's there, it's beautiful and the water was fine.
|There weren't many people around, always nice. |
Early is good but it wasn't really that early at all.
|The peli's were in their usual winter spot|
|The tank hadn't moved. Much.|
|If you like burls, there's some good ones in the parking lot at Flamenco|
|I have no idea what these costumes were for but what I really saw were the smiles|
|I had to assure these people I really wasn't taking their photo|
I'll take these again when there isn't anyone around
This is like modern simple. It's a good look.
|Pre light up (those lights are street lights)|
|All dressed up and somewhere to go|
|Not yet. It's barely two hours late, so that means anytime now.|
|Juanito and Dolly, styling. |
I don't know the name of the guy in the basket. He seemed cheery.
The children were called up to the stage to do the countdown. I think Mario was the most excited though.
|Lots of children posed at the Nativity scene. |
There is never a question about their being a Nativity scene, it just is.
|I wasn't really taking photos of this girl, but I'm glad she's in them.|
|Santa was in the other corner|
|All lit up|
|Keeping it simple|
Speaking of Christmas, or whatever holiday you celebrate around this time of year, don't forget to buy local! Even though what you'll see here isn't local to Culebra, it is very local to Puerto Rico and also very good! If you don't know about Suzanne of the Finca, you should. She also sends out area and Southern Florida weather reports on a daily basis, or more if needed. A treasure indeed. You can get in touch with her at
Have a simple Saturday. Do something situational.