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Well today was a travel day. After a luxurious stay at the Alt hotel in Halifax at the airport, itvwas up and at 'em at 3:30 to make 5:45 flight to Montreal, then on to San Juan Puorto Rico. Note to self 45 minutes is NOT enough time make an International connection. I made it - just, after a spectacular OJ Simpson impersonation. Some of you may …
... city and ended up in the other castle, San Cristòbal. It was not as impressive as the other one but it was still pretty cool. You could see the additions the USA made during WW2. We went inside the communications room and one of the watch towers. We walked through some tunnels and saw some pictures drawn on the walls in the dungeon. After a quick dinner at Wendy's we headed off to the concert with 2 German girls from our hostel. The stadium was small and not as ...
... dialed up to eleven.
We arrived in Old Town around 10am, and immediately set off on a walking tour. Unlike the rest of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico has a real colonial Old Town, complete with a turreted, oceanside fort, and a lovely walkway along the fort's walls. Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" was filmed here on its magnificent bluffs overlooking the sea. But it's also the Caribbean, so despite the 90F heat and the June offseason, it certainly featured its share ...
... 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, ...
... that the interesting weather phenomenon provided an interesting accent to a day full of adventure. We journeyed home on a more conservative course, following Puerto Rico 901 to Route 53 (with a short, but harrowing detour on Route 9901). Having spent considerable time in the car today on less than inviting local roads, we decided to treat ourselves to ice cream at Baskins and Robbins and dinner out, later, with Bob and ...