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At 0130 hours during David’s watch to Puerto Rico, a black helicopter flew above our boat and we received a call on our VHF. It was the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for US/Puerto Rico requesting information on our last port of call and our intended destination. Satisfied with our response, they took off in to the night. We arrive at Aguadillla Bay Puerto Rico at dusk when we were visited ...
... lunch of fried pork mofongo with broth and arroz mamposteao, washed down with really cold Medallas. Off to Corcega Beach for last jaunt in the water. Packed up around 4pm – home to shower up, check out the map, do some email work, and play cards in evening on our deck. Ate supper of cereal, pineapple and hot tea. Finally Les is starting to feel ...
... 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 ...
I woke up in Ponce and continued driving around the island. First stop was San German. San German was one of the first cities in Puerto Rico and started shortly after the 1400s. It has a really old street that is cobblestone and has very old nice shops on the side of the streets. It doesn't seem to be a big party town and is extremely quiet compared to the rest of Puerto Rico, which is weird because it is a very nice place. San German was in the ...
The rough mouth of the tarpon along with the environment where I
fish, with mangrove roots, and waterlogged trees with barnacles
everywhere, trying to provide for protection from cut-offs is a number
one priority. The main thing for the guides fishing in many parts of the
world should be conservation; it is an unwritten rule here in Puerto
Rico for all guides to preserve the fisheries for our future
generations, so ...