Travel Blogs from Anasco
... followed them as he was deep in a conversation with another man from our group. I found the old man interesting though and followed him as he enthusiastically led me around and pointed out various graves and told me more and more stories. At one point, the old man even reached into an open grave and pulled out ...
... Puerto Rican food such as my favorite Arroz and Gondules (Rice and Beans). After a great meal I put on my bathing suit and headed out to Bio Bay. There I enjoyed a ride on a beautiful boat through the caves, where I can got to witness the Islands most beautiful glowing Bay. After a long day of excitement, I headed to my hotel and enjoyed some peace and ...
Been in Rincon PR for 5 days now. Things are a lot different here then they are back home so its taking me some time to settle in. First off let me start by saying that I have not showered in the 5 days since I have been here, living on the island there is only a limited amount of water and it was all used up when I arrived, lucky for me though an island storm passes by each ...
We drove all the way to the top of El Yunque National Forest on Puerto
Rico 191. El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest in the national park
system and covers almost 28,000 acres of land. The forest is home to
1,000 plant and animal species and while visiting we encountered giant
ferns and towering stands of bamboo, but not many animals (a couple of ...
... be careful as you wade and
fish the beaches, always gently shuffle your feet as you walk, that way
you disturb the stingrays making them swim away without a tail swipe and
possible injury with their poisonous spine. The fly fisherman needs to
be able to cast in different scenarios, short 20 foot roll casts in the
mangrove channels and 60 to 70 feet long casts for open water fishing.
It is important to practice the double haul at a park, football or ...