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a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico with miles of beautiful beaches

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It must pass through the man-made Culebra Cut before a set of locks takes it down 10 metres to Miraflores Lake.
First report of Raoiella indica Hirst (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) and its damage to coconut palms in Puerto Rico and Culebra Island.
Provided maritime transportation to the islands of Vieques and Culebra in Puerto Rico.
All hotels, casinos, airports and ferries are operating as normal on the main island, Culebra and Vieques.
10 The steep, three-level La Tierra de la Culebra looks a bit scraggly from the street, but hidden among its 2 acres are a 450-foot stone serpent, a graffiti yard, and a ziggurat--that's right, a pyramid-shaped temple.
First place in the listing went to Mustique island in the Grenadines, followed by Canouan in Saint Vincent and Grenadines, Mauritius, Fernando de Noronha in Brazil, Lipari Harbor in the Bahamas, Kangaroo in Australia, Hvar in Croatia, Muhu in Estonia and Culebra between Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands.
The Culebra collection blends wicker with teak wood.
Another night-time activity took place at Culebra NWR, where a group of students and community members patrolled sea turtle nesting sites with Service staff.
Given the absence of police and judiciary in the lower strata of the metropolis, collisions between men lead to deadly contests over honor, in what Venezuelans call a culebra (snake) or cadena (chain) of vendetta killings.
Thomas from the outlying Puerto Rican island of Culebra.
The municipalities of Manzanillo in Colima and Cihuatlan in Jalisco both claim La Culebra and nearby El Rebalse as part of their territory," said the Mexico City daily newspaper La Jornada.
Second, the island of Culebra is a part of Puerto Rico and not the Spanish Virgin Islands.
DECEMBER: Playa Flamenco, Culebra, Puerto Rico - used as a pirate refuge for more than three centuries, the beauty of seven-mile long Culebra inspires impulsive acts, like hugging trees.
Case studies include predicting fractured zones in the Culebra dolomite, a Swedish granite site, and underground rock in Finland.
For several years now, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company has promoted Vieques and the nearby municipality of Culebra as the "Spanish Virgin Islands"--a marketing gimmick similar to the somewhat artificial designation of western Puerto Rico as "Porta del Sol.