So we were having a Piña Coloda at Barrachina, and because we didnt have enough time to go to Culebra’s Flamenco beach, we were asking the locals if they had some recommendations on where to go. Our waiter was insistent that we check out Mar Bella Beach for its smooth and crystal clear water perfect for a relaxing beach day. He got a paper place mat and began vigorously writing down the directions. Once he was done and began explaining we realized none of these directions had street names and we also couldn’t map it on our gps. But we were up for the adventure!
We got in our “Jello” rental car and headed out.
We took a wrong turn somewhere and found a beautiful family of wild horses. They were just hanging out by the beach! They all started to stare of us when we decided to get out of the car and take a few pics.
We turned back around and headed to find out missed turn and arrive at Mar Bella Beach. Water as smooth as ice while on the other side of the rocks , extremely powerful crashing waves.
After spending a few hours there, we went to Marchiquita beach just a few miles down the road, which while incredibly beautiful had currents that would sweep you away if you weren’t careful. I’m not sure if it’s like that all the time or just the day that we were there, but it’s probably the strongest currents I’ve ever felt.
Drove back to our hotel and the rain started rolling in.
Until next time PR 😉