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(@hotrod270)
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What kind of food do they have at coki beach? Do they have drinks there?

 
Posted : November 2, 2008 4:48 pm
(@stthomas)
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Go to the Beach Guide listed on this site and it will give you info on all the great beaches around.

Enjoy.......

Linda

 
Posted : November 2, 2008 8:15 pm
(@theislander)
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There are several vendors on Coki with food and drinks. Most are booths right along the tree line with picnic table outside and sometimes there are a couple food vans by the road or people with coolers in the back of a truck. The vendors sell burgers, hot dogs, chicken and usually also have a few local dish options like pate or a fish dish. They have sodas, water, juice, beer, mixed drinks.

--Islander

 
Posted : November 3, 2008 11:29 am
(@jennybug302001)
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When we were there last year we really enjoyed the fried plantains 🙂 Look for a local named Web...he will take good care of you.

There are all sorts of food items & drinks at Coki. One thing I want to add...there is no restroom...which just sucks.

Enjoy your trip!! Take lots of pics!!!

Jen

 
Posted : November 3, 2008 11:48 am
(@iamolly)
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We've had some great jerk chicken at Coki. Just settle back in your beach chair and the wait staff will even come to you with menu's.

 
Posted : November 3, 2008 12:04 pm
(@bassman)
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What happened to the restrooms?

 
Posted : November 3, 2008 3:41 pm
(@iamolly)
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I'm not sure what happenned, they are there but locked. They do have a porta potty that they charge $1 for.

 
Posted : November 3, 2008 4:43 pm
(@dirtydeeds)
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Just got back from STT and spent most of the time at Coki. Restroom/changing room was locked one Sunday, but open the rest of the days. Plenty of food and drink there, you don't even need to leave your beach chair. You can also purchase other recreational items there as well if you know what I mean. Great to see Web getting some recognition. He brought us drinks all week long. I have to say, they had so many waiters/waitresses on the beach that there wasn't enough for all of them to do. Probably 8 waiters when there were maybe 40 people on the beach. We had a great time. You will love Coki. Good snorkeling, lots of local families with cute kids, even chickens on the beach!

 
Posted : November 5, 2008 9:33 pm
(@patrick)
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What do you guys do with parking at Coki? Every time we go we have no place to park.:S

 
Posted : November 15, 2008 11:23 am
(@connie)
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We've never had a problem. There's usually somebody directing you where to park. We do go early, about 9:00, so that may be a factor.

Good luck!

 
Posted : November 15, 2008 1:32 pm
(@sherri)
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As you are facing the beach, to the left is a large parking area. I got there around noonish for my final certification dive and had no problems getting a spot.
First time I've been to Coki in years!

 
Posted : November 16, 2008 7:15 am
(@patrick)
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We've never had a problem. There's usually somebody directing you where to park. We do go early, about 9:00, so that may be a factor.

Good luck!

That figures! By the time everybody gets up and breakfast is done it's almost 11 (remember we are on vacation).

Sherri, what part are you looking at? I remember a cemetery then Coral World's parking lot. Am I missing something?

 
Posted : November 16, 2008 2:42 pm
(@sherri)
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As you are coming down the small hill, heading toward the Beach (on your left), is a parking area just before you get to the beach itself. At first, I felt a little uncomfortable parking there, but I had no problems at all. So if you can envision, it is just before the main part of the beach and in front of the left side of the beach. The Coral World parking lot is past the beach and usually full!

 
Posted : November 18, 2008 9:07 am
(@theislander)
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Patrick - the area Sherri is describing sounds like the spots before the small cemetery, there are some spots in front of the cemetery and just after as well, these are off the road/dirt parking areas. Don't think you'd want to chance parking at Coral World if you aren't going there; unless they have changed their rules on their parking being for customers only.

--Islander

 
Posted : November 24, 2008 12:11 am
(@blaze)
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I've noticed the aroma of a familiar herb coming from some of those vendor shacks. Never been offered any with my cold beers though!

 
Posted : November 26, 2008 11:56 pm
(@bluwater)
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Anyone have a photo of Web? Would like to recognize him. Is he the one who claims to be psychic? I used the psychic guy and he was excellent - and also amazed people by telling them something about their lives and told their fortune...no extra charge for the fortune telling.

 
Posted : December 3, 2008 11:26 am

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