The Villas at Palmas
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... rights where I can as I
was the last member of the crew to get sick holding out far longer than my more
experienced mariners aboard. No one was able to sleep in their own bed as the
below decks caused more motion sickness than the main deck, so the boat looked
like a (very posh) homeless shelter with bodies in every corner. When not on
watch I laid in the same spot sleeping off and on 20 minutes at a time just
watching the hours creep by, ...
... him to gain an appreciation for the treasure. Although the treasure in the book is concrete the real meaning was the treasure in his heart. Ricardo likewise is willing to navigate the world in search of his soul mate that may be right here in Puerto Rico. There is a Santiago in all of us. We are all searching for something.
So we headed out to the marina with captain Jerry, Santiago and Juanita. We boarded the boat and headed out. Victor is a REAL captain! He ...
... we get home! One of which is a pork and plantain mix backed in a banana leaf - gorgeous. Body temple closes again in the quest for culinary experience. So hot this afternoon we put the fans on and relax after again eating more than our quota and read our various books. Sharan is reading a gripper and happily whenever nothing much else is happening disappears into here kindle in the shade. I am still ploughing through Black Ops by WEB Griffin, awful gung-ho US spy thing but ...
... are quite a few hills to walk depending on where we are going. The people in Puerto Rico have been generally very friendly and helpful, and most speak a small amount of English. It was quite interesting to walk around the area, and notice that many people are a mixture of different races, such as African American or Asian and Puerto Rican, and Spanish is their native language. The area that we are staying in is ...
... with me on Hejira was indescribably good.
Once we were clean and relaxed, Amy and I returned to shore. We wandered back down to Belly Button's to see how the boys were getting along, and we saw them sitting at the picnic tables chatting with Craig. Clearly work time was over as they sat sipping cocktails. Craig immediately offered drinks to Amy and I, and while he was off fixing those, Pete whispered, "I've had four of ...