We spend weekends exploring our new country. Often times it’s the playa (the beach.) Recently after a trip to the beach we went to little fishing town of Boqueron. There’s a main strip by the seashore and it reminded me a little bit of State Street in Madison. Very little bit. But still fun.
It’s a tight squeeze for cars to drive through and there are lots and lots of fun restaurants to try. My family is not seafood lovers by any means. But the margaritas in the area are superb. I highly recommend touring around after you’ve had a couple. Haha
It was the first time we stopped in tourist shops and we ended up with a few touristy kitschy things. A Puerto Rican flag towel, a Puerto Rican flag keychain, and a Puerto Rican sticker. We will now fit in with the locals!
We stopped at the restaurant Galloway’s which is right next to the water and you can feed the fish. Always a bonus for entertaining the kiddos.