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  1. This guy and his dog live on the red sailboat anchored at Villa Fulladoza.
  2. Tree roots at Carlos Rosario
  3. Melones Beach lover at Mamacita’s
  4. Ecological School
  5. A few businesses in Dewey, and The Bridge
  6. These thorny menaces blanket the entire island, especially roadsides, where they lie waiting to puncture your tires
  7. But it’s worth the risk to drive to the beaches. At Zoni Beach, for instance ...
  8. … we lounged under a natural umbrella and savored the view
  9. Everything curves
  10. Old tank at Flamenco Beach
  11. Up close, the tank’s actually beautiful
  12. Portions of the island are arid, with many cacti
  13. (Rick took this one. Nice, huh?)
  14. Other parts are properly tropical
  15. Old carver in town; Carlos on his boat
  16. More colors and shapes
  17. Alain’s wife and kids
  18. On the last day, we sailed to Culebrita on Captain Bill’s trimaran
  19. I didn’t know seawater could be so clear
  20. Every day of our stay was windy, but on the morning of our flight out, the bay turned glassy calm.
  21. Adios y Muchas Gracias, Culebra!
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  24. Looking west over Fulladoza Bay

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