the trail begins on a well trodden path that becomes more obscure the further you travel. you hear slithery things and see many lizards and snakes creeping away from your path. once in a while you hear something a bit louder and there's a chicken or two pecking through the woods. even theough the path became more vague we knew we were close because of the roar of Brava. the woods emptied us out onto a breathtaking "Brave" beach that is truly majestic. I dont think we had too much to say as we were overwhelmed by an untouched, huge, roaring beach and sea. The beach crabs were our only other campanions.
on the hike back, we were more confident of where we were going. when we heard a slither or moving in the brush we knew it was a lizard, snake, or chicken. But! when we heard something a bit nosier in the woods, we looked across the gully to see a big sato. when we looked into the gully we saw it had just hunted a deer. i was happy to be closer to our exit of the path by that point! I can't wait to go again. However, we have been back to Culebra since with our 4 children and did choose to forgo the Brava hike for a more child friendly hike to Carlos Roasario. Will take the kids when the youngest is a bit older, though.
we took this hike in March of 2012
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