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    Are There Any Beach Vendors Selling Snacks?

    When we went to Puerto Escondido and were spending our time at Playa Carrizalillo, there were vendors behind the palapas with individual booths selling shrimp cocktail, nachos, sandwiches etc...

    Also, this was very cool. One man each morning by himself would swim out with a net and catch various shellfish. When he came in he would sit down, wash and prep the seafood, and then sell it. There was always a line. It was raw, served with lime and chili sauce and AMAZING! We would eat whatever his net caught that day, and wash it down with Coronas or Modelos. Awesome!!

    Are there any booths or stands on any of the beaches that serve seafood(raw or cooked) or other snacks beachside without having to go inside any of the hotels?

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    Please see my thread under Culinary and Culture...

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    Not in Aruba,but sounds good.

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    Under a hut, walking Eagle Beach, lunch on the beach, Amstel Bright Beer on the beach, coffee in the morning on the beach, taking a dip in the sea,
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    >>>> "without having to go inside any of the hotels?"
    ----- Don't have to go inside at most resorts. Most have their restaurant/bar right next to the beach and some stick out a little onto the beach. Most are open air with a roof. Most have a good view of the water.

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