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Travel Blogs from Humacao
... 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 ...
... about 4, but both legs had delays to mechanical issues, starting with a loose row of seats. My 2 hour layover in Atlanta shrunk to about 30 minutes to cross 5 concourses and board my Baltimore flight. I landed in Baltimore about midnight and was dropped at my door about 1AM.
My final parting shot deals with the strange way things sometimes seem to come together. This is my first cruise with my brother, who spent most of his working ...
... an authetic carribean restaurant. At this point it was pouring out so we just went in. The hostess was dressed in traditional garments and we drank out of tin cups. I ordered some steak mofongo and some carribean sausage. It was soooo good! The mofongo was a little dry but the sausage and streak strips were delicious and to die for!
After a nice warm meal, we walked to the red wall where we were greeted by a cute little kitten. Probably ...
... style coffee and the loud and inappropriate music that filled the main dining room each evening.
But generally we really enjoyed the experience and Maritza, on her first cruise rated everything as excellent.
Thanks Ada for a welcome home feast!
Thanks also for being a good friend!
... right time, and also the right aircraft! So rushing through, was told to go to the gate immediately! More rushing! And got to the gate panting with passports and tickets in hand. “Oh no,” she said, looking at the tickets, “you’re flight has been delayed for an hour.” So what’s new I ask myself. And finally, a friend told me (be it right or wrong) the LIAT in Arabic means and I’m sure you won’t believe this, FLYING CARPET. Now isn’t that ...