One of the first northern beaches to experience overdevelopment—a fact immortalized in the concrete towers that straggle up the hill above the bay—Flamingo still has some hidden charms. It's perhaps most famous for its large sportfishing fleet, though they're moored out in the bay waiting for the government to grant a new concession to update and operate the marina here. Working girls are lured to Flamingo by the boatloads of single-for-the-week fishermen. This adds a faintly salacious whiff to some local nightspots.
When there was every reason in the world to stay away and see the ruins, one woman traveled to Greece to get to work.More