Hacienda El Jibarito
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... days long, I’ve got to say that this was one of my best times traveling thus far. I got to spend quality time with my grandparents, and we explored the island together for many mutual “firsts.” I got the chance to learn about the history of the island, and revisit some of my favorite spots. Spring break was officially a success, and I can’t wait to be back in Puerto Rico again.
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We both got some cherry tomatoes, carrots, and Richard got some herbs and I bought some oranges. It is just down from El Maison on 107, turn right and go down until you see the sign on the left "Farmers Market".
It is only on the first and third Saturday of the month.
When we get home even more people have checked in and it is wall to ...
... if the festival wasn't entertaining we would leave and head further south towards Maricoa where the coffee festival was. There is a lookout and we couldn't get to see it due to closed roads.
We went up and down again and Len began to feel nauseated from all the twist and turns. We stopped to look at the views. Stopped in at a Hacienda that I said was probably part of a coffee plantation. We thought it was ...