The Beach Guest House
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... building with a kitchen and a 5 person room and 2 private rooms. It's just so different from what they're used to. There are shared bathrooms and showers. There were many adverse reactions to it at first. They've started to realize how awesome it is though as the night as gone on. There's also a bar/restaurant in the front of the hostel.
The next adventure started with cooking. We left Leon and Jeannette to get started while Dan, Amanda, and I walked to the convenience store to ...
... huge. All the hostels, the whole 3 of them tell you to hire a car. Wish we had known as we would have hired one at the airport. Our first day was spent walking around Miramar looking at all the interesting street art. There are some great pictures on the buildings but the area itself is a little sketchy. In the evening we had a few drinks at the hostel with some of the fellas (there are no girls staying here) and then went to La Plazita. La Plazita is a square and a few ...
... on day excursions.
Old Town itself is quite picturesque- within the stone walls, the colonial buildings are painted vibrant pastel colors. However, every shop was a Wendy's, a Subway, a jeweler's, a For Lease sign, another Wendy's...so we asked a local shopkeeper where we could get cheap, good Puerto Rican food. She sent us to a dive called "Good Dinners" (we think that was the name, there was a sign on the window saying that). We were the only ones in the ...
... down the street to a pub that is open. We had a few cold ones then head back to La Taberna Lupulo. Even though it is now after 6 they had just gotten a beer delivery and were still not ready to open. They asked us to come back in 30 min. We had a nice wait in the near by square then headed back after 30 min to find open doors and open stools at the bar. We walked in to find an amazing beer ...
... as possible. Voila!
While driving around greater San Juan, Randy told us about the ways of Puerto Rico. He came up with some general rules of Puerto Rican life-style:
1. All Puerto Ricans are hot.
2. It is better to ask for forgiveness than for permission.
3. Kill it, then deep-fry it. They love their meat. And they love everything else fried (as you might have gathered from the food we had) .
4. Crime is everywhere, but you won't see it. It ...