Holiday Inn Mayaquez & Tropical Casino
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... from Chicago while the other girl was a San Juan native. Funniest part was when I asked what they were doing in Puerto Rico, they both said "I don't know." Turns out my grandparents had a great time exploring the city while I was out snorkeling, and decided we should come back and stay at Rincon sometime. Looks like I’ll just have to make plans for another trip out to Puerto Rico!
While short at ...
... the beach though, shall we?
Grandpa being the chatty guy he is, made friends with the man climbing up trees and grabbing coconuts. He turned out to be a very chill guy though, and sold us a water-filled coconut for only a buck! Coconut water isn’t a good mixer for alcohol, but it was refreshing! The beach was a mix of locals (great asses), out of town Puerto ...
From Samana, DR we picked an amazing day to get ourselves across the Mona Passage, which is known to be difficult if the conditions are less than perfect.
Did I mention that we saw many whales from Samana to Puerto Rico? Pretty cool beans.
After checking in at Mayaguez, we moved on to Boqueron which is a touristy, beachy, party town that is only really open on the weekends. But the beach was fun even though it was dark, course sand, which ...
... just watching the waves crash out in the ocean and break onto the shores. We stop at the little beach (no swimmers ever here) just before Wilderness and walk looking for sea glass, nothing, but the wind and the unforgettable sound of the waves. I think we got wind burned more today more than sunburned. It browned us up.
We take the car back at the airport, then stop in at the tourist information office, only 2 people working there today. We joke ...
... guide calls the "Caribbean 2 step"; two steps forward one step back as each wave knocks us back towards the Dominican Republic. After all day and well into the night we were far enough east to tack back south. Once again slow moving. The passage wasn't in particular rough, just unpleasant. Too bumpy to read or cook, we survived off granola bars and played who could stay down in the cabin longest without getting ...