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... group, learning more about the horses that they breed and their passion for animals and the island. By 11pm I had to turn in and call it a night, but Jeremy stayed up with the guys for another hour or so before turning in. Because our room was at the bottom of a hill and we were in the middle of the jungle, once we turned off the lights the room was pitch black and with the sounds of the jungle in the background we slept the deepest sleep we had thus far on the trip.
... on stage enticed the crowd while this
beautiful blondes dropped bombs on the crowd, infusing them with un-measurable
amounts of energy. When they finally stopped, nobody, myself included, wanted
to go home. As the crowd clamored for more the lights went off and a sense of
satisfaction set in. What an epic endless summer night, just another here in
While that was the original intention, the amount of salsa that actually happened on this brother sister vacation was a bare minimum. As a result of which, I need to come back to this part of the world again, just for the sake of Puerto Rican Salsa.It was one of those weekends, where I was off and so was my sister. And in times like this when we're both off, there's usually only one logical conclusion that me and my sister ever come upon...we need to do something ...
... t stop eating it. I was in food heaven.
We went to many different places to eat in Puerto Rico after this and they were all fantastic, But this restaurant wins the prize for BEST dinner ever. It’s not the most scenic location. It’s a little bit off the beaten path but it’s worth the cab drive fare to get here.
The day US Airways announced its plan to merge with American Airlines, a 1:36 pm departure awaited us on Valentine’s Day, the first leg of the journey taking us from Albany to Philadelphia. Upon checking her bag in the terminal at the Albany Airport, Sheila was approached by a television reporter who wanted to interview, on camera, about the airlines merger. Politely declining the invitation to be interview, Sheila met Ronnie at ...