Casa Del Caribe Bed & Breakfast
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We were up bright and early at 7am this morning, and decided to head to El Yunque National Park, the only rainforest in the US National Park System. We had intended to join a local hostel's day trip, but when faced with a $75 per person fee for a 3-hour trip, we made the obvious choice to whip out my travel agent discount and pay $30 to rent a car …
So last week, the Senior VP of my company found some JetBlue flight vouchers lying around the office, and sent an email asking if anyone would like free tickets anywhere JetBlue flies, as long as they're used before the July expiration date. Given that 1) I was one of the only ones to not just open the mail first, but to also READ it, 2) the Senior …
... plantain using a mortar and pestle. First they gave us a mojito, which helped a bit. The restaurant was in an artisanal brewery and several of us sampled their beers.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I found mofongo is plantain based, because I have never cared much for plantain (except Whole Foods has these really neat plantain chips, but that’s a different story). Except that it really wasn't so different a ...
... by some mosquitos on the plaza before we headed back to Old San Juan for dinner. The place we wanted to go for Mofongo was closed, so we opted to try out a brewery we had walked by earlier. Old Harbour is apparently the only microbrewery on the island and the inside had an odd odor but we were still hopeful that it would be good. They were doing an Oktoberfest theme which just meant the waiters were wearing costume lederhosen and waitresses were dressed in revealing drindles. They ...
... night was warm but comfortable with the bay breeze coming directly off the water in front of us. The reviews we had read of the restaurant recommended the Octopus salad, which we ordered as an appetizer and the Mofongo, which we ordered as the entree. Mofongo is a Puerto Rican dish made of plantains which are mashed down with a mortar and pestle and turned into a torta-like shell and filled with meats or vegetables and ...