Hotel Rosa del Mar
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Day 1 We left at 10am and have a smooth sail up pass Culebra and out into the big seas. We head out to deep water as we pass Puerto Rico to avoid the swells over the shallow banks about 12 mile off shore. At 5pm we have shepherds pie before setting up Ellisa for the night, reefing the sails and putting on the engine to recharge the batteries. A good night passed with 2 hour shifts , with lots ...
Day 2: drive to Sonia's home town, Lares, and look at its famous caves
that contain the third largest underground river, the Río de Camuy.
Originally we also wanted to visit a coffee plantation in Lares, because it produces one of the best coffees of the island, but ...
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road trip and which we had sorely missed in New Zealand.
So Jill had planned a trip to Puerto Rico and around Christmas time told me I should come down with her and her friends. I decided that would be awesome and I asked for the time off of work.
Along comes the week of PR and what do you know, another friggen snowstorm. Like the 5th one this year! Flying standby gets tricky at these times. My original flight out was supposed to be Wednesday but the 2 daily flights I could have taken both got filled ...
Today we decided to drive along the northern coast of Puerto Rico. We're staying in Loiza, which is on the northeast corner of the island, so we headed west.
We tried to stay as close to the coastline as possible which left us on smaller roads and going through some small towns. We stopped at a beach near Piñones and watched the large waves. We made our way around the Bay ...
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