Hostal Villas del Lago

Address: Carretera PR 140 Km 28.1, Puerto Rico, 00641 | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera PR 140 Km 28.1, Puerto Rico.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

Entry 5: To improve is to change

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Apr 16, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... that you can't escape. As the path gets more and more narrow, you realize how small you are compared to the beauty of our pale blue dot. It is a really humbling feeling. A feeling that won't go away so easily. Even though our eyes wanted to go to sleep after the hike, it wasn't enough for me. A couple of years ago, I started following some of the best adventurers of the world. These people travel and tell stories for a living. While ...

The Dawn of a New Experience

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Mar 08, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

As I woke up to the sound of my alarm, my body was getting more and more frantic to the idea that it was finally the big day. The day I have been waiting for since I first entered the language program. I was ready to leave, stressed about the idea of leaving my family and my friends behind, but excited to meet new people and live a ...

First full day, 1/5/2015

A travel blog entry by leesneed on Jan 05, 2015

19 photos

... truck, which sits at the entrance to Camp Garcia, was open. It wasn't but we did check out a few of the beaches there as well as riding through Esperanza before heading back to the house. Anne, David, and Sonja walked down to the little beach below the house and found a bit of sea glass there. Maggie and Bob enjoyed the ...

Wide Sargasso Sea

A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 04, 2014

11 photos

... hostile to her former slave-owning family. Although, the book takes place in the mid-18th century, whereas this plantation was closed in 1941 when the Navy took over the island. As I stood looking at the crumbling buildings I thought about what it must have been like when this was a working plantation, at full capacity. The owner must have looked over the land and been proud of all that he accomplished, all that he managed, the volume of ...

Two Blind Mice

A travel blog entry by copernicus on Jan 09, 2013

3 comments, 7 photos

We arrived at the airport in San Juan. The rental car place was short of awful and they gave us a hard time with the rental although we had done everything online. By the time we were done, it was starting to get really dark outside and we did not have a GPS. Just a map with a bunch of squiggles and numbers and we needed to get clear across the island to Santa Isabel. I had a program on my phone that was our saving grace. We took 2 different detours as we were pretty lost. ...

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