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Day 4: we took our lessons from the previous days and only put one
thing on our itinerary for the day: check out the El Yunque rainforest.
Turned out to work out perfectly time wise, just that the weather was
... they would thrive here. And with no natural predators it would be a catastrophe if they got out and started populating the island. We slept on an air mattress in the building that is supposed to be the office building, where Sarah and Alberto live. And
there are empty monkey cages next door. It all makes for a very curious and spectacular couch surfing site! Plus they had cute ...
... the most fun we have ever done.
We drove back to the hotel, had lunch at the pool bar and spent the afternoon on the beach.
Before sunset we drove to Steps beach. Lauralee (Sheila's sister) had suggested we should go see it. The beach itself is nothing special, but the steps, that are placed in the middle of nowhere, are hilarious.
We returned to our hotel to watch the ...
... is a huge cave system and underground river, most of which has never been explored. The 268-acre park is one of the most popular natural attractions in Puerto Rico. We rode a tram down to the cave. At the entrance, we followed a path which circled through a gorgeous and HUGE cavern with streams of ...
... and entry to our new life was granted!
Flying over the Caribbean is an amazing experience and seems surreal. It’s pure beauty! We landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico with huge smiles on our faces. Our luggage arrived there too, so no trouble there. We picked up our rental car, a nice Toyota Corolla, received a cheapo map from the rental agency and off we went to start our journey. Well, as we soon learned, San Juan always has traffic. No matter what day ...