Last week we had to go to the SRI office on Remigio Crespo for our monthly dose of bureaucracy at its most unintelligible . . . but that’s another story. It was a dark and stormy day as we stopped for an almuerzo at Playa Escondida, located on the corner of Remigio Crespo and Alfonso Borrero, less than a half block from the SRI office. Playa Escondida occupies the entire corner, and we were lured in by the pink flamingoes painted on the outside. Inside, we found it clean, cheery and bright. Most of the seating is semi-outdoors under a…
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