Hotel Hacienda Los Castillos
Travel Blogs from Aguadilla
... David had three helpings and I had two. Yes, it was that good.
We finally made it to Castillo El Morro where the kids picked up their junior ranger booklets and were off to the races trying to fill in the answers. They were so excited to get their badges at the end of the day. The Castillo El Morro is the largest and oldest fort I’ve ever been too. It lives up to the hype and is a well worth a ...
Day 4: we took our lessons from the previous days and only put one
thing on our itinerary for the day: check out the El Yunque rainforest.
Turned out to work out perfectly time wise, just that the weather was
... designated driver was very happy to have some daylight left to help
me. The area is a monkey farm. Or at least it was supposed to become one. The US wanted to bread monkeys here to ship them of to american labs for pharmaceutical tests. But the Puerto Rican Government is stalling the project as they are weary of monkeys escaping. Monkeys do not naturally inhabit this ...
... for a while, played some card games (I learned a few new ones, but of course I don't remember what they are called now) and I read some more of my book.
It started to get late, and the sun started to set so we packed up our things and headed back to the apartment to make dinner and go to bed. I was so tired I fell asleep while everyone was preparing the dinner. I felt bad cause I didn't help out but I couldnt keep my eyes open!
... and he could have been doing this for the past 2 months.
We of course have been looking for sea glass, on the Aguadilla side there are 5 people out there with strainers looking for the special pieces of glass. We don't even stop for a look there.
Len is walking ahead of me as he is loaded down with the backpack, his chair and the boogie board. I walk at my pace looking for glass and with my chair. When ...