La Cima Hotel
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... from Chicago while the other girl was a San Juan native. Funniest part was when I asked what they were doing in Puerto Rico, they both said "I don't know." Turns out my grandparents had a great time exploring the city while I was out snorkeling, and decided we should come back and stay at Rincon sometime. Looks like I’ll just have to make plans for another trip out to Puerto Rico!
While short at ...
... I wish I could remember the name of the bar we were at, but it had a pretty tasty tostones and chicken dish. Little overpriced on food, but what can you expect from a beach restaurant. At least the Medalla was on sale for happy hour? We decided to head home from there after another patch of rain rolled on by. Except this time…we took a wrong turn and ended up going to Playa ...
... in most of PR. (I miss those gorgeous white sand beaches!!)
Making our way further on, we stopped at Giligan's Island for one night and an important dinghy ride to Copamarina Beach resort to get online so that we could send notes and photos to Mackenzie for her 23 birthday.
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... at their family farm and their annual Pig Roast... we are all really looking forward to the visit. Celi's father's birthday is the second... so we will get to pass on our best wishes as well.
Later in the evening we head back to the Coast and our hotel in Aguadilla.
... We have to go through US Department of Agriculture first, check-in and then wait for the 3:00 a.m. flight. It is only 2 hours and 55 minutes to touch down in Orlando. That is if all goes well. We are eager to move one, but sad to leave such a wonderful island behind.
You lovely island . . .
Island of tropical breezes.
Always the pineapples growing,
Always the coffee blossoms blowing . . ...