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... Rico Convention centre in the heart of Condado. The sound was completely full and engaging all the while allowing for conversation. The lines were short throughout the night for both the bar and bathrooms, an added bonus was that drinks were only $6 for a mixed drink and only $3 for a local sponsors drink, Gasolina, a little rum pouch known to carry a punch. Packed from wall to wall, you could ...
... choice for the middle of the day in the Caribbean. I was sweating and uncomfortable. We decided to go visit the bar.We ordered 2 tequila shots and 2 small cans of beer. The bill was nearly $40.00!! It wasn’t even a full size can of beer. It was a mini can. That price did not sit well with either of us. .
After 3 hours, I went up ...
... conversation happened, reading was out of
the question and I just tried to keep my mind off the constant banging both on
the waves and the contents inside. At last I felt the ship’s engines slow and
managed to sit up in time for a breath taking view of Puerto Rico’s southern coast
and the green mountains that rise sharply behind. As if to welcome me back to
life a yellow fin snapper jumped clear out of the water and flipped in ...
... National Park. The park is beautiful and we explored many of the sites. We also took about a three mile hike where we had intermittent rain (duh - rainforest) and Dart discovered a handful of first time birds. The setting was lush, humid and hilly as we hiked to the accompaniment of doves and the ubiquitous coqui frogs with their musical "KOE-KEE" coming from all around. We had fun imitating and coaxing them to respond with our whistles. A great hike to break in ...
... which would take us straight to campus. The train stopped riding at 11:30 p.m. which meant we had until 11 to get there. That night of trying times taught me a few lessons. One, to manage time more wisely an two, The bus schedules are imprinted on my brain. That night brought good laughs, broke the ice and I became good friends with the other student and Trio employee from UAB. Not so bad after ...