Travel Blogs from Lajas
... Maya and I split a Kan Kan. It’s a two pound marinated pork chop that is deep fried with the skin on it served with rice and beans on the side. Oh and don’t forget the hot sauce. David got a grouper dish with some mashed taro root. When our tummy’s were full we set off window shopping. Maya picked up a cute purse for herself and we could not resist the frozen icicle treat sold by local vendors in ...
... serif; line-height: normal;">pretty shotty for once. But, as the name rainforest already indicates:
this may well be to be expected. The forest and its many waterfalls
were an ultra-green sight and well worth the driving time.
... did. The boys joined in with me and kept the glass in their pockets. We collected so much! When I got home I filled up a mason jar with it all!
After we got back from collecting glass and shells, I was very hungry so I ventured off on my own to find a restaurant on the beach. I had a few drinks and ordered some healthy sloppy joes (they were served on lettuce instead of bread. actually very tastey!) and headed back to the group.
We climbed onto a small bus with five other people. No one seemed to have any idea where we were going but everyone was a good sport about it. This turned out to be a great tour! The “English speaking” driver did speak English. But only… well… he sort ...
Today I am going to go out for a night on the town and go to
the beach at night. The sand is cool and me and my friend Jennifer are having a
blast. Even though it is night time the water is still warm and Jennifer and I
had a little picnic. Well we just ordered pizza and took it with us. The pizza
in San Juan is more delicious and way cheaper than the pizza in Texas. I might
move out here who knows anyways I will talk to ya’ll ...