I've been back home for almost two weeks, but here's another post from Puerto Rico.
You know what I love when I travel? Street food! It tends to be more authentic, fresh, inexpensive and fun than a typical restaurant. While driving on one Saturday in Puerto Rico, we stopped by a street vendor to pick a few snacks:
Here are a few pictures of beef (above) and seafood (below to the left) that eventually gets stuffed into plantains and fried. The flat looking pancake "thing" on the right is made with fish. Delicious.
And this was just fun: the last day in Puerto Rico, we were driving and noticed a restaurant called "Donde Olga"--of course we had to stop there: that's my name!
Again: great fried food. I had seafood stuffed and fried in a plantain, chicken kabob and the best steamed and marinated shrimp I've had in quite a while.