Hotel Treasure Island
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... of the jungle.
Linda took us for a tour, first showing us the covered veranda deck that was right across the gravel walkway from our room. It featured a kitchenette with honor bar, mini fridge, ice machine, and coffee maker. It was filled with sitting and laying hammocks and other places to sit and overlooked the rainforest on one side and a rocky waterfall water feature and pond on the other. The kitchenette had checkered glass windows and a ...
Jen and I head into the unknown today - taking a trip on a smallish propeller plane from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Melville Hall Airport, Dominica. Right now we're at the San Juan airport waiting for our flight that leaves at 12:20 PM local time (11:20 AM ET). We were told that the security lines at the airport are laughably slow, so we left the hotel around 9:45 AM for a ten minute drive to the airport. As expected, there were virtually no lines to speak ...
... rappelled and it is on my bucket list. There were 7 of us and 2 guides, and we jumped into 2 8x8 ATV's. We took a harrowing drive through the sugar cane fields. It had rained the day before and had drizzled off and on today so it was quite muddy but the 8x8's handled the trail well. Well, until........one of them got stuck in the mud. Really stuck. A little maneuvering and a tug from our vehicle and we were off again. It was like a ...
... had some time to spare, so I saw a movie - "The Last Exorcism 2". I returned to the hostel and watch a marathon of "The Apprentice" with a couple guys staying there.
On Monday, I got up early and took a taxi to the airport. This would be my first time in first class due to my use of airline miles. It was nice - I liked the warm nuts, meals, and free drinks but it's not worth the extra ...
... in the town and from the type of shops you can see that it is quite wealthy. We met a young couple from Miami who had just flown over for a weekend break, which is easy for them as nowadays Puerto Rico is an American colony. Lots of people still speak Spanish as well as English. We didn’t see all there was to see so it would be worth having another visit one ...