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Travel Blogs from Anasco
... stay on board and check in with the CBP in San Juan (well...maybe we went ashore for a little while..)
During our stay in Aguadilla Bay we were visited by a friendly stand up paddle (SUP) boarder by the name of Greg. Greg used to work for the US Coast Guard and is now a custom builder of carbon fiber stand up paddle boards. These paddle boards are fast because of the narrow build. Greg is also working on ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Now our Puerto Rico "mainland" road trip is done, and we actually
surrounded the island once in this time. The next 5 days will
hopefully involve a lot of beaches and reading on the islands of
... stayed close to shore and swam and laid on the beach for most of the time here. I was also still very tired so I read my book and took a nap in the sun.
We stayed here for a few hours before decided to move to another location. The next beach we went to we traded in one of our boards for one that was bigger. We started calling it the chick board because it was white and pink. :)
This beach was much nicer then the last, had no rocks and ...
... Center which stands on the site of a 1500 year old Taino village. We looked through the small but nice museum and had a great guide who led us on a tour of the reconstructed village and ball court. He told us all about the Taino and how they lived. He also was well aquainted with the local flora and ...
... visitors to and from the entrance to the caves. Today, however, the trolley was in a state of malfunction, so we descended on foot to the entrance to the cave which meant, of course, that we would ascend, upon foot when our visit to the caves came to an end. Time stands still within the caverns but not above them, so precious time was lost for our continued journey to San Juan. Undeterred, though, we forged ahead to El Morro.
El Morro ...