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Travel Blogs from Aguadilla
Day 4: we took our lessons from the previous days and only put one
thing on our itinerary for the day: check out the El Yunque rainforest.
Turned out to work out perfectly time wise, just that the weather was
... they would thrive here. And with no natural predators it would be a catastrophe if they got out and started populating the island. We slept on an air mattress in the building that is supposed to be the office building, where Sarah and Alberto live. And
there are empty monkey cages next door. It all makes for a very curious and spectacular couch surfing site! Plus they had cute ...
... to the caves took us too long. We hadn't anticipated the
extra time needed to be calculated due to Puerto Rican time (e.g. more than an
hour's wait between getting the tickets and being taken to the caves), and Puerto Rican roads. So once we got out of the caves, we ...
... pool with us, then the ladies took me for a tour of Celi's most favorite beach and a childhood and lifetime favorite beach area where their was a wave spout and spectacular beach. Then we checked out the Villas we a almost rented instead of the Courtyard... Villa Montana... looks like a great place to check out next time we visit.
... a preschooler whose constant screaming became very annoying very quickly. We hurried to finish our dinner and returned to the El Convento where we ordered dessert from room service. I think this could have been the best evening of our entire trip but unfortunately it was our biggest disappointment