I am in the midst of an ethical dilemma. Well, that may be putting it too strongly. A quandary? It’s my word of the day.
Here’s the question: if you pride yourself on only staying in the most reasonably priced accommodations everywhere you go, what do you do when you find the perfect place and it’s over your self-imposed budget? ‘Cause I found the place and it’s way more than we usually spend (and way less than many people spend).
It’s Casa Cima del Mundo on Culebra.
There are a bunch of reasons that I’m considering it.
- The views, duh.
- It’s a dodecahedron! I’m a fool for round (or round-ish) houses.
- Nice little office area, already equipped.
- Maybe the best reviews I’ve ever read that I haven’t written myself.
- Puerto Rico’s relatively reasonable anyway, so we have a little room to splurge. (Not the best reason.)
It’s actually quite reasonable at $150 a night and it’s just my foolish pride that makes me even think twice. I’ve got more from Culebra to post soon.