San Juan International Hostel
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Wir hatten uns schon vor ei***** Zeit überlegt entweder nach Hawaii oder in die Karibik zu fliegen, da das von Nordamerika so viel günstiger ist. Also haben wir verschiedene Orte verglichen und haben uns dann für Puerto Rico entschieden, denn der Flug, Hin und Rück, kostete einfach nur 142$ pro Person.
Gesagt, getan. Der Flug ging am 08.10 von …
... amp; Malcolm and start the Geocache hunt. What is Geocaching you ask? Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. The cache is usually very small and carefully hidden. Sue and Malc have their GPS devices on and so we follow them to the first set of co-ordinates. The ...
... some perspective however, it costs between $750,000 - $900,000 USD to simply fill the fuel tanks of this boat. To fill the tank. Think about that for a minute and what else that could buy. Don't get me started on the wages, food and toiletry expenditure for the ever changing 45 odd crew members. Its now February 1, and we have had one day off since December 1st, working on average 12 hours a day, with one of the shifts being 10pm - 8am. We haven't had a full weekend ...
... a movie at one of the forts run by NPS, explored the first fort then walked to the 2nd one past La Perla (resident barrios) and cemetery. Lots of families out picnicking, flying kites, etc… Les pushed it a bit too much, so we decided to head back to the room early for a nap. On the way home we snacked on an empanadilla filled with pulpo (octopus) and a ...
... the sake of this particular weekend, it was booking a ticket to Puerto Rico.Landing in Puerto Rico after a quick flight, we straight away went to rent a car. While my previous renting experience in Hawaii had left me with a Fiat, instead of my preferred convertible, this time I thought I would choose a different company and perhaps find a convertible. 40 minutes and several signings later, I was driving out of the parking lot....with a FIAT. a frikking Fiat. Life ...