Perazica Do Local Customs
There are two options-one is to go to the cafe on the "Big Beach," where there is a cafe of about 8 or 10 tables, and have a beer, some brandy or a glass of red or white wine. You can also have coffee, or ice cream desserts. Mika's wife makes the BEST cakes, so be sure to try one. You can also arrange a dinner on the beach for a fee, cooked on the spot, of fish or mussels or whatever you discuss with the manager, ahead of time. It's open for most of the day, and often late into the night if there are still people around. They'll also play CD's you bring to them, within reason.
Another option is to drop by Minja's store which is not on the beach, but is on the way to it. Have a couple of beers with the owner, he's a great guy as well, and rents rooms above the store. In summer of 2006, I brought a group of Americans down here, and they spent two hours just sitting, laughing, telling stories, and enjoying themselves after the last two days of visiting every tourist attraction in the country.Related to:
- Family Travel
- Budget Travel
- Road Trip