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... a school group!) It wasn't as quick of a trip as we had been originally told either. There was a bit concern as to whether they would leave without us. However, our taxi driver (just as every other taxi driver in Puerto Rico) was a crazy driver and got us to the boat before it left.
The boat ride was a bit choppy and many felt seasick before they were allowed to go sit out back. This boat is a snorkeling tour boat - much like the one we are going on on Sunday. The guys from ...
... telling us he makes around $70,000 for 4 months work. Sunday we switched hostels and moved into old San Juan. The hostel is in a lovely area at the beginning of old town just opposite the docks where the cruise ships come in and dock. There were 3 docked when we arrived. The view from the balcony is spectacular. We walked around, got lunch, supplies for breakfast etc and wandered around the city a bit. We met some really nice guys at the gate to the old city and they told ...
... a cup of coffee which we bought from a little cafe on the square.
Although it was nice walking around looking at the old houses and nice restaurants.
After strolling around for a couple of hours we went to the same restaurant as we had lunch at before going to the ship, Brickhouse. At Brickhouse we had a nice dinner before we went back to the hotel.
The passage from Nassau to San Juan kept us at sea for a full day. We managed to keep very busy running from breakfast to lectures, from lunch to a movie, to ice dance show, to dinner, to a musical review, interspersed with cocktails and live music in the bars. Our table mates in the formal dining room are a family of three from Australia, Darrel, Sally and son, Jamie, and Ian ...
... I quickly realized this is not what I signed up for. I was so adventurous, climbing over and under rocks. The route you had to take in order to make it down the slide was a legit rock wall. I am not exaggerating; there were small indents on its fašade and a rope, but so worth it. What an incredible and unique way to spend a day off. We also spent plenty of time roaming around Old Sanjuan which is where we've been docked all month. ...