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... had coconut and I wanted guaynabana but they were out, so I got parcha instead. I am not sure what fruit it is but tasted like mango or passionfruit. [found out today that parcha is passion fruit ]. Had a little bit of a time finding a place to stay in San Juan that was in a good location and at a price we wanted to pay. We settled for the Villa Verde Inn in the Isla Verde area of San Juan. It had a pool, wifi, continental breakfast and ...
... exit the terminal with our luggage and then wait on a long line to go through security all over again. As you can imagine, I was less than thrilled as we navigated the long corridors. I was so exhausted and so disgruntled that I didn’t even recognize the face that suddenly appeared in front of me and said “DAISY!!”
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... to reach our first fort - Fuerte San Cristóbal.
San Juan’s second major fort is Fuerte San Cristóbal, one of the largest military installations the Spanish built in the Americas. In its prime, San Cristóbal covered 27 acres with a maze of six interconnected forts protecting a central core ...
... the day whenever the subject of food came up.We took in the requisite retail establishments, including an open air market in Colon Square. Meeting and talking with the local artisans was fun and left the appropriate "donations" as we found little treasures here and there. By the end of the day, we were pretty baked and tired (nope - never did rain again) and decided that Fefo's had provided plenty of calories for meals. That didn't stop us from frozen yogurt, ...
On a windy Saturday morning, our class trip had an early start and we headed to the city of Ponce. The bus was freezing and I was groggy, but little did I know that today would be one of my best days here in Puerto Rico. Traveling to the southeast region of the island, I noticed a smog-like cloud settled in the air. I thought nothing of it, just that it was like any other foggy day; however, Professor Awilda asked us to take note of this 'fog' in the air. She explained ...