Sunday morning, I got up and did the dishes while waiting for Matt to get up. Kris and Orsi wanted to go to the market in town, so I told them to go do that and I would hang out. I discovered that the coffeemaker was useless, so when Matt woke up, he and I walked into town to get coffee. It was really hot outside – much warmer than Key West.
We walked through the market and I wished we had more time to spend there. It was really nice.
We got coffee and walked back to the condo using the shortcut past the baseball fields. Kris and Orsi showed up downstairs, so we closed everything up and took the bags down to meet them. We got on the road back to San Juan.
We had some time to kill before our flight, so we went into Miramar to get lunch. Matt wanted to go to Soda, but we found it closed. There was a big street market going on there, too, so we walked through it and found Bartola right down the street. They had really awesome Mexican food, even though the band outside together with the music inside led to a giant cacophony every time the door opened onto the street.
Post-lunch, we headed to the airport. Kris and Orsi were staying another night in Old San Juan, but they wanted to drop the car off since it’s a pain to have in town. They dropped us off at the airport, and we headed to our uneventful flight back to Fort Lauderdale.
We arrived around 6, and had to take the shuttle to the hotel in order to get our car. It didn’t take too long, thankfully. We jumped on the highway and headed south, stopping only to grab sandwich makings at Publix in Key Largo. It was a long drive in the dark back to Key West, but we made really good time and arrived home shortly after 11pm. Flying out of FLL isn’t the ideal setup, but since Southwest is generally cheap it’s kind of a fair tradeoff.