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... days long, I’ve got to say that this was one of my best times traveling thus far. I got to spend quality time with my grandparents, and we explored the island together for many mutual “firsts.” I got the chance to learn about the history of the island, and revisit some of my favorite spots. Spring break was officially a success, and I can’t wait to be back in Puerto Rico again.
... great asses), and some American spring breakers both young, middle aged, and old. Met some ex-pats from Pennsylvania who brought out their son too! But the rain came to ruin our parade, so off we went to beach town called Boqueron.
The beach town was dead today too, pretty but dead. Noticed a few Americans walking around, and grandpa made friends with some people ...
... in most of PR. (I miss those gorgeous white sand beaches!!)
Making our way further on, we stopped at Giligan's Island for one night and an important dinghy ride to Copamarina Beach resort to get online so that we could send notes and photos to Mackenzie for her 23 birthday.
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... they will be able to tell us – just get out the book and tell us where to read – yup, that’s what happened. We did find out they play baseball league games at the stadium in Aguadilla. She gave me a schedule booklet so we will take one in one of these evenings. The seats are $4 and are first come first get.
We walk back home and put things away, we were going to have a dip in the pool, but it cooled off so we just sat and read by ...
Eventually just before 1900 Saturday, we pulled into Boqueron Bay just as the sun was setting on us. Just under 50 hours after leaving Samana, we finally made the long arduous journey to Puerto Rico. We dinghied to shore for a much needed meal. Back on US soil technically, we were welcomed by US prices and Puerto Rican size beers (10oz vs the 22oz behemoths we enjoyed in the DR). Oh well we were happy to arrive. ...