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The central attraction to Puerto Rico's interior also helps explain why it gets so few visitors. The region is blessed with impressive karst formations, which forces routes even more circuitous than in other areas, resulting in surprising drive times on an island so small.
Karst country in Puerto Rico formed as limestone bedrock dissolved …
... of the town, so
we decided to stay there to see what it's looks like. The city was
vibrating to reggae-tone and dancing music, with a lot of stands, and
scene with representation. This big party, named Justas 2013, and
organized by the local beer company, the Medalla, was simply crazy,
but tired of our day me and Andrew went back to the car. We met this
parking lot lady that was also a medium and she told ...
... typical meal, which is Mofongo,
Rice and beans and ribs, that was delicious. In the upcoming weeks I
will be working on my new project, which is to make concrete arches
and I will go back to Culebra also to enjoy once more the gorgeous
beach. Finally, I will go climb El Toro Negro the next weekend, for
real this time! I can't wait to see the landscape from there.
... going through farm land and along the coast. It was awesome. We took our time and enjoyed the ride, stopping to get pinchos de pollo (chicken meat sticks) at a little road side stand (delicious). We gave Jake and Amy the rundown on all of our boat friends, who belongs to which boat, and told them that everyone was really stoked to meet them and that they would be expecting a party of epic proportions.
After many hours winding south and along ...
... them for a few drinks at one of the local watering holes. Medalla Lights in 10-ounce cans for $1.50. Not too bad. Tomorrow we will rent a car to take care of our big restock of the boat - I actually feel like my mom before 4th of July weekend at the lake, with a huge shopping lost of goodies to enjoy for vacation. We'll hang onto the car to pick Jake and Amy up in San Juan on Saturday morning. We are ...