Costa Dorada Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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At 0130 hours during David’s watch to Puerto Rico, a black helicopter flew above our boat and we received a call on our VHF. It was the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for US/Puerto Rico requesting information on our last port of call and our intended destination. Satisfied with our response, they took off in to the night. We arrive at Aguadillla Bay Puerto Rico at dusk when we were visited ...
... from the headland overlooking the entrance to San Juan Bay since 1540. Its fortress is a fortified network of watchtowers, moats, dungeons, weapons and troop sites. Touring El Morro promised to be a continuation of our great adventure. All great adventures in modern times, however, depend upon a reliable GPS and on this day our GPS had other plans for us. Following its instructions to the letter, our GPS led us to the back roads of Puerto Rico; past ...
I woke up in Ponce and continued driving around the island. First stop was San German. San German was one of the first cities in Puerto Rico and started shortly after the 1400s. It has a really old street that is cobblestone and has very old nice shops on the side of the streets. It doesn't seem to be a big party town and is extremely quiet compared to the rest of Puerto Rico, which is weird because it is a very nice place. San German was in the ...
... and set up. We walk the water looking for sea glass and play the game of trying to grab the glass before the next wave takes it away. We stop for lunch then sit and read. There are clouds so after awhile I felt cold so back out in the sun and water looking for glass. The water is quite warm and soon the sun is out and I warm up. The water is just a foot or two lower than normal, or maybe more.
I spoke with a couple ...
... are enormous. It’s quite warm, humid and the walkways are slippery, there are lots of railings to hold on to. We go through where the Rio (or river) Camuy ran in first creating this cave, the river now flows beneath the cave floor. There is a little water fall where we go out to a sink hole. Sue tells us that there are homes and roads that run by the top of this sink hole. A couple of cars have gone over and ...