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Travel Blogs from Rincon
Day 3: the coffee plantation thing had been postponed to this day, but
we still wanted to check out Cabo Rojo on the way there. Once again,
everything took thrice as long as anticipated and so we had to sadly
Day 2: drive to Sonia's home town, Lares, and look at its famous caves
that contain the third largest underground river, the Río de Camuy.
Originally we also wanted to visit a coffee plantation in Lares, because it produces one of the best coffees of the island, but ...
... to Rincón. Stay there for two nights as our "base" to
discover the western part of the island. We drove along the northern
shore. We saw a beautiful sunset at the coast of Rincón.
... thought it might be a nice idea not to take the highway and just use the regular route. This way we would see more of the towns and countryside. Of course we did not think that there would be stoplights every 100 meters and so much traffic. Half an hour later we hadn't gotten anywhere and decided to go on the highway. From there it was very quick. We drove thru beautiful green landscapes and ...
... so we just went through all the “m…” words that make sense at a drive through. Mediana, medio, Mirinda (drink which I wanted), I just couldn’t stop laughing. When we picked up our surprise meal at the next window, we did get exactly what we wanted, wow how did we do it? Just throw out all the “m” words you know. We continued our drive through this beautiful lush green island. Slowly it got dark and by the time we arrived in ...