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Travel Blogs from San Juan
... the cache back we move onto the next one. All the caches on our trip are located at points of interest, a monument, a statue. It takes you off the beaten track and to places you would never think of going. Such fun.
We didn't find them all and we left Sue and Malc to continue as by 3pm the heat was getting oppressive and we needed to find an air-conditioned coffee shop to cool off. We locate a Starbucks and enjoy a White ...
... out beacon of a city that has quietly been calling my name for years. Rio. A city of over 6.3 million people containing arguably one of the worlds most famous beaches, but also containing a huge disparity between the rich and the poor, resulting in some 22% or nearly 1.4 million inhabitants living in favelas (slums). So that's where I'm headed, to give my time for 7 weeks in the hope of building a few houses and making a small but important difference to a few ...
... a stable with lots of horses, sitting around getting ready to gallop through the forest. A bunch of ATV's getting revved up for the run through the jungle. My sister wasn't kidding about an adventure."Ok so, I'll drive while you can sit on the back and take pictures"
Can you even work that thing?"No, but now would be a good time to learn."
Hey man I am not so sure about this. There's like iguanas and cliffs out there. I think you should let me. I know how ...
... we ever had…
That encounter shifted the mood of the trip. We switched from miserable to very excited. The next stretch from Florida to San Juan was a short one. We spent most of that time peering out the plane window together at the beautiful Caribbean Sea. I was filled with anticipation. Sunshine, cocktails, sunsets, beach! It was all ...
... PR to meet the Otero family. Lots of drinking including a pitorro shots. Lots of food, lots of salsa dancing, and laughs.
April 1: Yari and I went to Old San Juan to eat at El Hamburguer. We went to find Nathan a present at Old San Juan. Enjoyed the beauty parts of Old San Juan. Later at night, we relaxed at the parent's house with family. Margarita made a nice dinner.
April 2: We went back to Austin, TX. No Delays.
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