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... police and questioned on our intentions in Puerto Rico. They suggested that we contact the US Coast Guard of our location and intent again. We would have checked in but found out that Customs and Immigration does not perform on-boat check in and requires cruisers to go to the airport to check in. Not wanting to deal with the hassle of going to the airport, we decided that we would simply leave our quarantine flag ...
... 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 ...
... road afterall!Marlene had recommended that we eat the Rancho Marina. The best way to reach the restaurant was by boat unless you made a very long, out of the way, journey by car. We parked in the parking lot and walked down to the marina where we climbed onto the boat. The ride was pleasant with great views ...
... Len went to see the parrot and the owner put it on Len’s arm. He was friendly, didn’t say much. We went for a walk through the pasture to the edge of the cliff by the ocean. Unique tree here, wind blown to a funny shape.
We continued on down the road to the next beach. It has a big rock sticking out and there is a protected beach area. There is a washroom, snack bar, showers and covered picnic area. Enough exploring for today ...
... with the lap top. The pizza was great!
January 23 Today back to talk to Ann,(I would guess over 75) but she was on the ride-on lawn mower zipping around cutting the grass. Met Rex, Ann’s son, and his wife Ingrid. A great couple with a beautiful home and yard. The story is Ann and her husband came to PR to teach at the base school. Fell in love with the island and bought a large piece of property on a cliff ...