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... Tips shared among all who are working that shift. Sometimes I wish I could wear a sign saying this, so that people would know that their four dollars will be shared among six people who are each making $2.13 that hour. And my dears, I'm only scheduled for 18 hours a week. I have no real expenses right now, so it makes sense for me to do this, but I wonder how the others who live here and have bills and ...
The traditional cuisine of the island is a wonderful mixture of Spanish, Tainos, Africa and Central and South American. Edwin recommended we try the dish mofongo – mashed green plantain stuffed with beef steak and onions – at Raices restaurant and we were glad to take him up on his suggestion. It was delicious – especially washed down with the local beer.
Bacardi Rum Distillery – We took ...
After our explorations in New Orleans, Laila and I flew to San Juan, Puerto Rico ready to embark on new adventures. Our flight arrived after 11PM, but there was no customs line to go through for US citizens, so we went directly to the very well organized taxi stand lines, and within fifteen minutes were left at Calle Martin Travieso, the address of our next AirB&B room. It was almost midnight by now, and our taxi driver just let ...
... of home at your disposal. Ugh
So after finding a stupid Starbucks and driving around for ever, two of us went to get the drinks and two went to the store to get snacks for the hike. Well, by this time it was almost 1pm and it was getting HOT. Way too hot for hiking, especially after a 45 minute drive to the park. So we decided to just go back to the condo and hang out at the nearby beach (Condado) for the ...
... Our hotel is located very well and the building looks nice. Our room has no windows (which we knew when we booked it), but it is clean and big enough for 2. The staff is very friendly. We decided to quickly change from our trekking shoes to flip flops and go for a stroll while the sun was still out. Old San Juan is a Unesco World Heritage site, and when you see all the streets with the ...