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The last day is always bittersweet. After yesterday I was ready to leave, but by the end of today I wished I had more time.
I called ahead upon waking and booked myself a scuba lesson in Rincon. Only to call back 30 minutes later and change it to a snorkeling tour after finding about decompression sickness (dodged a bullet there). After yesterday's beach day fiasco, I decided to go back for round 2 of fun ...
... Guanica. We stayed for literally a minute, before the old folks started complaining. I pretty much had enough of the complaints and honestly kind of reached a breaking point. I drove back to Villalba with my hands throbbing from driving multiple Miss Daisy’s to the beaches all day. I came home Jimmy Buffet style, poured myself a tall and strong Hurricane before heading off to bed. ...
... peeps interviews, that Playa Tamarindo is the snorkelling mecca. We spot a local chap in a clapped out jeep and ask him how to get to the beach. he kindly offers to take us there. 5 minute drive along the coast. He turns out to be the retired Chief of Police and hands us his business card for his Hotel, no doubt paid for out of overtime! We check with him that Tamarindo is the best place for snorkelling and he replies it is the best place for snorkelling you can get to by car Playa Rosario ...
... Beach tour
Day 20- Coffee Tour in Vieques
Day 21- Snorkel!
Day 23-Nice Restaurant
Day 24-Meet Jennifer's Friend
Day 25-Ask Jennifer’s Friend for tour
Day 26-Lazy Day
Day 27- Vieques
Day 29-Horse back ride
Day 30- Time to go ...
... the angler must modify his
actions with the rod.
Tarpon must be forced to work hard by pulling with the rod in the
opposite direction of where the fish wants to swim; this hinders the
tarpons ability to properly oxygenate and zaps his strength. You can put
the rod in the water while applying pressure in this manner, a
technique popularized by the legendary Florida guide Stu Apte, and is
called the “Down and Dirty” way of fighting ...