Another pretty tree, white this time
Before we finally got to have lunch we stopped at Playa de Guajataca, a nice picnic area with a very nice view. We pulled over and explored a little, took tons of pictures. The camp ground has a bunch of very colorful trees and bushes. I love the Flamboyant, the red tree which is one of the common symbols for Puerto Rico. Enid and I had lots of fun posing for pictures. The view over the cliff was stunning. Blue sky, blue water and the sun shining up ahead. Or was it? For some reason one of the clouds above us that it was funny to relieve itself. So we got caught in the rain and were stuck underneath one of the picnic patios for about 10 minutes. It's stopped as quickly as it had begun and we were off for lunch.
We went to the restaurant La Quebrada just down the road from here for some sea food.
Love this picture
The menu was huge and the food was great. As usual I ordered something that was a little questionable but that's when I start snacking off hubby's plate. I also had my first pina colada of this trip. Don't know what took me so long on that one. :) The kids won some stuffed animals from a machine by the entrance of the reastaurant and were happy.
After lunch, well late lunch, it was off to Rincon
, no more stops. We'll we did stop a few times on the side of the road for various beach pictures and Indian heads in Isabella and once more at a rest stop to overlook Aguadilla again, but the weather was getting pretty bad and the rest of the ride was accompanied by heavy rain and partially flooded streets, but we made it to Rincon in one piece and without any more injuries! :)
Quebradillas Restaurants, Cafes & Food review
Seafood in Quebradillas
This restaurant is a little hidden away in a residential area. It's not a fancy place but the food is great. Hopefully you'll be able to find it in ca… read entire review