Howard Johnson Hotel Carolina/San Juan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... deep fried I wouldn't order them again. There were giant fish under the restaurant and we threw ice down to them and when they ate it you could see how big their mouths were. I could have put my whole fist in there. After lunch we followed the coast down to Cabo Rojo and the light house. Cabo Rojo were some red lakes similar to the ones we have seen in Colombia and Galapogos where the flamingoes usually live. There were no flamingoes at this time of year but we ...
... and we met our tablemates who were a nice older couple from Norway who had been married 53 years. Ironically enough we ended up having a lot in common as they had lived in Victoria in 1975 so we had fun sharing stories about what had changed since they had left to return to Norway. Some people say cruising is made up of too many 'old folks' but its those 'old folks' who have the best stories and most wisdom, you can learn a lot from them. ...
... to do and explore the old city and take picture of it before catching our flight back home. Yes you guessed it, once again, she overruled."I think we should go see the caves"
That's like on the other side of the island."We have time"
Barely!"But we still have time"
What about the city"Ok fine...I mean I just really wanted to see the caves, but ok, guess we can see the city"
Dammit Ayesha, fine, lets go see the caves. You have 15 minutes to get ready ...
... away one month later. He was only 26 years old. It was unexpected and I plunged into a depressed state of grief. It was such a painful loss for myself and for my entire family. It took a year before I decided to start traveling. For me it was therapy, a way to honor my brother’s memory by living life in a way he would be proud of. First stop ...
I had set a wakeup call for 5am but was up just a bit earlier to find us already tied fast to the dock in San Juan. It was drizzling a bit as I completed my final stages of packing and walked a final mile and a half on deck 11. I had booked a walking tour of Old San Juan which concluded with a transfer to the airport while others in my group were either leaving earlier in the day or staying in San Juan.
We assembled at 8 in ...