Hacienda El Jibarito
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastian
... a preschooler whose constant screaming became very annoying very quickly. We hurried to finish our dinner and returned to the El Convento where we ordered dessert from room service. I think this could have been the best evening of our entire trip but unfortunately it was our biggest disappointment
... Puerto Rican food such as my favorite Arroz and Gondules (Rice and Beans). After a great meal I put on my bathing suit and headed out to Bio Bay. There I enjoyed a ride on a beautiful boat through the caves, where I can got to witness the Islands most beautiful glowing Bay. After a long day of excitement, I headed to my hotel and enjoyed some peace and ...
... a good amount of rain, so I have been collecting the rain water in gallon sized jugs and pouring them over me to waish off.....doesn't really count as a shower haha cause I still smell like ****! Thank God the water truck is scheduled to come today. Also there are a lot of bugs around so we have to keep our place clean everyday. Just the other day a lizard was chilling in ...
... br> cuevas ventanas, a caves that end on a cliff at approximately 750
meters from the ground. The view that we had there was simply
gorgeous and the caves was full of these little bird that remind me
of the swallows back in Quebec, but brown and white instead of blue
and white. On our way back we stopped in a little restaurant at the
end of the caves where we ate ...
... plays a big part in making it a successful project for all involved.
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 ...