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Before The World Ends...Part 7


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#1 Steve

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 02:31 PM

I woke up to another beautiful morning. The view from the deck is pretty good. The hotel has a small food stand out front that is popular with the locals. You can purchase coffee, juice, breakfast wraps, fry jacks, pastries, and more at reasonable prices.


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The town of San Pedro has around 12,000 residents and is easy to navigate. There are 3 main streets. Front street, Middle street, and Back street. There are lots of gift shops, bars, restaurants, small food stores, and just about anything else you would want. A lot of people use golf carts to get around but everything is within walking distance.


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After walking around all morning checking out all the shops it was time for a couple rum and cokes. Many of the bars are out on the water built on stilts and connected to the shore with a pier. The Tackle Box is close to our hotel and was our usual meeting place as everyone went their own way. The views from the bar are great too.



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I met David at the Tackle Box and he was hungry. They do serve food here but he wanted to go to the Wild Mango next to our hotel to get a burrito and hopefully get the recipe for it. This is another very popular place and is always crowded.


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View from the restaurant. I think they are only open for breakfast and lunch.


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The food here is excellent.


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Posted 02 May 2012 - 02:32 PM

When you are on vacation the days go by quickly. You just finish lunch and meet up with everyone else for a few more drinks and it's time for dinner. Tonight we went to Waruguma for papusa's. They are kind of a tortilla with different stuffings pressed into the tortilla then fried on a griddle. They are very good and not expensive.


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They are all hand made out on the street in front of the restaurant. There is a whole list of fillings you can get. They also serve drinks. There are other items on the menu but this is what they are known for.


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I had 1 shrimp and 1 crab papusa. If you make it down here, this a place to put on you list of restaurants to try.


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Posted 02 May 2012 - 02:41 PM

I'm enjoying your pics and descriptions! Thanks for posting........
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