Hotel Treasure Island
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... with it, it was ready to roll out. We took it out to the water. We sailed to a pseudo island made entirely of mangrove trees. This place is where most of the locals hang out. The water was very clear and calm. Almost swimming pool quality but better! Faye got to catch a starfish and play with it a little and release it unharmed.
I got to see yet another amazing sunset. I could never get tired of looking at them and how they hit the small ...
... Just awake due to the excitement of being in a beautiful place. Although it is dark the beauty can still be felt. The air is thin and fresh that it feels good just to breath. There is also constant breeze that feels so good against my face. I catch myself closing my eyes just so I can concentrate on this moment.
We arrived at Ricardo's house and were lead into an outside kitchen that is open to air. No walls...just nature and a kitchen. He is a good host. We ...
... the two forts, this one was my favorite. There were tons of tunnels connecting various segments of the fort and the views of the ocean and passing cruise liners were breathtaking. Dario and I spent hours here wandering in the rooms and tunnels and talking by the ocean.
We saw a free trolley system and grabbed a ride to the next destination: El Morro. Driving up to the fort there is a gigantic lawn where the locals bring their children (or inner ...
... br> When the ship was finally approaching San Juan, I joined the many hundreds on the upper deck enjoying the first sight of land (the first sign was of course of sea birds like gulls or boobies flying around the ship) after two days at sea. One could see why San Juan was such a guarded acquisition for the Spaniards. Its perfectly sheltered harbour gave ships respite from the 30 knot winds and swells just beyond. Plus, the island was strategically located as a transportation hub for ...
... wonderful festival was the San Sebastian festival that virtually closes down Old San Juan and gives over to music, festivities, fairs and food sharing.
Originally the festival was situated just in the street of San Juan but became so huge that it now takes over the complete old town. The police close the streets to traffic and people party from Thursday night ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking