Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez
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... subsided now and the sun is shining, so I have the chance to work on my farmers tan and turn red as a lobster. Oh, what good times. And, in case you are wondering, we did get mom into a swimsuit. She actually took off her johnson county old settlers shirt and is lounging around in her swimsuit. I don't think I have seen my mother in a swimsuit since 1983. I may have gotten her into a swimsuit, but there is no way I am getting her into the water.
... parade, they do have something to do with the carnival week activities, but no one we talked to could explain what they really are and why.
This truly is the oldest carnival parade in Puerto Rico and it definitely was the longest, lots of bands, floats, princesses, old cars, dancers, and it was the longest in hours that we have ever been to.
he ones in similar costumes with the ...
At the time of the discovery of the island in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, Puerto Rico was inhabited by the Taíno Indians. The Taínos were a culturally developed society with a universal language, a developed agricultural system and a social organization based on caciques or chieftains.
Utuado was first an agriculture town, then there was the gold ...
... the way out, we caught another US couple headed in, coming from the caves and the tourist trap. We recommended against dining here. Unfortunately, I do feel bad, because there was no other food establishments around, so when we saw them next (at the observatory) they had only had a Coke for lunch. :o\ Still, worth it to avoid the craptastic-ness of El Taino, I think.
But the Observatory! Or in the Spanish, Observatorio ...
After our sail back from Mona Island we anchored in Mayaguez to provision for our sail to the Turks and Caicos and to clear Puertorican Customs...... Sounds simple, well things on a yacht are not always as easy as on land.......especially in a foreign country. Off we went, all 6 of us in the dinghy over to what we had been told was the customs dock, upon reaching it there were no signs to tell us this was the place, neither to say it wasn't. It was a ...