My family and I were here the week of Easter, which is when all the Puerto Ricans go on vacation to Vieques, too! The beaches were crowded with campers and there was a great celebratory vibe all over the whole island. This place has some of the cleanest, bluest beaches I’ve ever seen.over 4 years ago
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Spent 6 days down here on the hill side as spotters for ships qualifying for Naval gunfire support.
Most of the time we were on the beaches with cases of beer and no one around for what seemed like ever.
Sorry place to put an impact area but I wasn’t complaining at the time.over 7 years ago
went there a year or 2 before the navy left. it was a strange and interesting place for a small, fairly well populated place — of course everyone was pushed into 2 areas at the time. the nature part of it was very impressive, especially the remote beaches within the bases. the social part was an odd mix (and all were mixed together) of young/old, drunk/sober, expats/tourists, poor/wealthy. the navy ‘occupation’ hung heavy on the local and expat minds with reason. i wonder what it’s like now?over 7 years ago
We stayed at this bar/hotel (it only had like 4 or 5 rooms)… it was like the movie Cocktail where everything is on the beach. The bioluminescent bay was one of the most spectacular experiences in my life. I hope they keep the golf courses and other environmental hazards away since the pH has to be at a certain level and any slight change will kill the organisms (as happened in Jamaica).over 7 years ago
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