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... after some conversation the lady at the gate gave us some news, we had all gotten seats on the 19:10 flight, jiiipppiii!!!! And finally, after about 23 hours of travelling we reached Puerto Rico and we ended the evening on a restaurang with pizzas, beer and Pina Coladas, on a street crowded with people though it was 3 o'clock in the middle of the night. Sooo nice and absolutely worth travelling that long for!!! ...
... the right choice. There must have been 400 kayaks that we passed on the one mile trip through the mangroves to get to the Bio Bay. Taking the electric boat offered us the opportunity to get to the Bio Bay faster and spend more time in the bay than the people who took the kayaks. It was amazing. I could have spent all night there. We were given pieces of PVC pipe to drag in the water to make ...
... br> Again?"When did we go to begin with?"
What was that yesterday?"That was a lake Imran, this is a forest"
If you wanted to see a forest, you could've gone to Kennesaw, tons of forests there."Rainforests?
No..."Let's have breakfast and then head out"
Ok.Breakfast of champions. Walk down the beach to kill time. Sit on the waves, etc. All of that later, we were on our way to the Yunque Rainforest. A good 20 min drive later, we found ...
... 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 ...
... that deteriorate as you get closer to the facility. It is clear that they are trying to increase the tourism value of the site in addition to playing up local pride in the complex. For the first time, the operating consortium has reached out to Puerto Rican academics to encourage the study of science and engineering. This being said, a lot remains in terms of supporting infrastructure to push visitation much above the 100,000 visitors annually.Final review - ...