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Travel Blogs from Mayaguez
Day 4: we took our lessons from the previous days and only put one
thing on our itinerary for the day: check out the El Yunque rainforest.
Turned out to work out perfectly time wise, just that the weather was
... they would thrive here. And with no natural predators it would be a catastrophe if they got out and started populating the island. We slept on an air mattress in the building that is supposed to be the office building, where Sarah and Alberto live. And
there are empty monkey cages next door. It all makes for a very curious and spectacular couch surfing site! Plus they had cute ...
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 ...
... we continued along the beach and ocean road.
Len suddenly stops and says we are at the ice rink! This is the only ice rink in the Caribbean and it is right here. It is just like going into an arena back home, well, a few differences, not hockey lines on the ice or boards, the canteen is a big restaurant, you rent skates, it is $7. for one hour and time begins on the hour only. The play music and ...
... wharf with huge chains and buoys but nowhere suitable to tie a dinghy up. So Captain Pete, Harri, Sarah and Zac got out of the dinghy while Tom and I went back around the bay to tie the dinghy up and walk back via the road. When Tom and I reached the facility there seemed to be a bit of a kafuffle going on the wharf, which included a couple of men, Pete, Harri, Zac and Sarah. Tom and I were quickly despatched to go and get the dinghy immediately! When we ...