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... drums, and tambourine. The salsa instruments include bells, bongos, maracas, brass instruments, timbales, and guiros. The visit to the Museo de la Música Puertorriqueña with the assistance of the very helpful guide gave me a clearer understanding of the complex musical styles and instruments found within the Caribbean and Latin America, which will assist me when I teach students these musical styles in the future.
... lost, it was a beautiful wrong turn and didn't feel like I waste of time at all.
We drove back down the side of the mountain, speeding past the brightly colored houses back to the highway. Soon we were seeing the signs for the rain forest again and we were confident we were on the right track. It took us a bit more driving once we were inside El Yunque to find what we were looking for, but once we had found it, it was well worth the trip. El Yunque is a beautiful, ...
... to figure out our options - planes, trains, buses etc.... Quick lunch/brunch at Cafecultura – sweet potato crepes stuffed with goat cheese and watched the kitchen staff prepare food for lunch service.
We ended up taking a bus and train to the place where the Publicos are. Somehow Les was able to negotiate with a driver to take us in his van to Ponce - we paid $125. We had a limited conversation with the driver since our Spanish is ...
things about Andrew and me, and everything was right, that was simply
incredible. Finally, I finished my arches and I start doing what I do
the best, which is cutting trees. So in the up-coming week, which is
my last one here, I will finished my lumberjack project and build a
concrete bench on my first project I made. I will also take it relax
here, to enjoy the place here before I have to leave.
Coffee is one of my favorite things in the world, and there
are little cafes all over San Juan. Today I called Jennifer up and we decide to
do a coffee tour and go around to all the little cafes and taste their coffee. We
went to hidden house coffee which has been family owned and operated and it
shows on the way they treat you and you can feel the love in their cups of