Hacienda Gripinas

Address: Rte 527 Km 2.5, Jayuya, 00664, Puerto Rico | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Rte 527 Km 2.5, Jayuya, is near Cerro de Punta and Toro Negro Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from Jayuya

      THE COFFEE FESTIVAL THAT WASN'T!

      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 27, 2011

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      ... are suppose to be at the lowest since we have been here, we watch what is coming at - http://www.swellinfo.com/surf-forecast/ aguadilla-puerto-rico.html

      We are early in the morning getting there, not many on the beach yet. Len heads off down the beach and goes in where there are a couple of others in the water. No kite surfers here today, not enough wind.

      Len is out for an hour, sees a lot of the same fish as at Crash Boat, ...

      They made it!

      A travel blog entry by hejira on Feb 20, 2011

      9 photos

      ... we loaded back into the dinghies and found our way to the beach and carried on with the festivities, bonfire blazing. It was a good and hilarious night, perfect festivities to welcome Jake and Amy. Exhaustion eventually got the best of us and we loaded everyone back onto Hejira to head back to the other anchorage. With ten people, we just wouldn't be able to have everyone sleeping aboard! We made it back (don't worry, Captain Peter quit drinking earlier in ...

      A DAY IN THE COUNTRY!

      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jan 29, 2011

      37 photos

      January 28 Another rough day of having to go to the beach and enjoy the cool breezes. I will tell you about things we have seen and noticed that are a bit different:
      - The police cars drive around with their blue lights, across the top of their car, on all the time. They really stand out at night time not only to us but probably to anyone doing something they shouldn't be ...

      Into, and Swiftly Out of, the Jungle

      A travel blog entry by jporten on Mar 16, 2010

      4 photos

      ... I figured I was done with my cultural exchange for the day. It turns out, however, that I also learned that Puerto Ricans draw windy, mountainous roads every bit as thick and straight as major ones.

      Thirty "as the crow flies" miles and three hours later, we emerged at the major highway we'd been aiming for. I soon regretted cursing the winding roads: at least they'd kept me awake. Oddly, car passengers are even less amused by the ...

      San Jaun

      A travel blog entry by sharshar on Feb 22, 2008

      The sun was peaking over the horizon as The Triumph glided into the harbour of San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was yet another hour later before yours truly made their appearance. Thankfully, this time w/o the hassle of customs. They made their way down the waterfront and then into beautiful Old San Juan. After wandering through the myriads of stores and finding a few choice items to take home, they headed for a quick lunch and then decided to see Fort Christian, ...