Travel Blogs from Aguada
... like paddle board where there are two hulls. These are assumed to be faster than your typical boards. I’ve been wanting a board for some time now. Can’t wait to see the results and we wish Greg and his company the best of luck.
I must admit that being on the boat for 6 nights and 7 days was taking a toll on me. When we finally reached San Juan we were greeted by an impressive view of ...
... 34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Culebra and Vieques, before it is actually finally and just as much
suddenly time to throw myself back into the state of limbo in Germany, before
I hear where my work-related journey will lead me ...
... stayed close to shore and swam and laid on the beach for most of the time here. I was also still very tired so I read my book and took a nap in the sun.
We stayed here for a few hours before decided to move to another location. The next beach we went to we traded in one of our boards for one that was bigger. We started calling it the chick board because it was white and pink. :)
This beach was much nicer then the last, had no rocks and ...
... likely to speak English. There is also more crime and drugs here than in other areas of the island. Halfway up the driveway it became clear that this was a family home and not a place to eat, but at that point what were we to do? We couldn’t turn around. The two men, one woman and small child on the ...
... to 30 pound, then followed by your tippet section in 16 to 20
pound and finished with 2 feet of 40 pound fluorocarbon and a bite
tippet of 50 to 100 pound test fluorocarbon, depending on the size of
Puerto Rico is the “secret” hotspot just a few hours from any major airport
in the US mainland.
This is a fishery that makes for lifetime memories. The
guides and hosts will certainly add their special touch. If ...