Howard Johnson Ponce PR
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Hola everyone! Happy Thanksgiving to our American friends and family! Well today dawns bright and promising. What to do with our day?? Go to el Yunque National Forest or drive to Ponce and find the Coamo Hot Springs and Toro Negro Forest Reserve (we never make it here). We decided on Ponce. It is a 2 hour drive so we set out. We are 5 minutes away from our destination and we feel a thump and then I hear the telltale sound of hissing air... ...
... of the town, so
we decided to stay there to see what it's looks like. The city was
vibrating to reggae-tone and dancing music, with a lot of stands, and
scene with representation. This big party, named Justas 2013, and
organized by the local beer company, the Medalla, was simply crazy,
but tired of our day me and Andrew went back to the car. We met this
parking lot lady that was also a medium and she told ...
... had to adjust sail. About 20 miles from Ponce, Puerto Rico, afternoon, we started the engine to charge the very low batteries, and never shut it off. We had made 130 nautical miles in 24 hours, a fair amount for a thirty footer. We pulled up to the Ponce Yacht Club fuel dock and into the waiting hands of the United States Customs and Border Control/ Homeland Security. Spirits dwindled.
... Like Len says, they have been doing this for years so you would think it would flow like clockwork by now.
So we never made it to Yauco to the coffee festival at all. Too bad we didn't stop in on our way to Ponce first. Hind sight is so perfect.
We stopped for dinner at a Denny's in Mayaguez at 7 after 1 hour of driving. This made the remainder of the drive home much easier and it had stopped ...
... the wonderful summer months, closer to family and friends in a familiar harbor that we love. Jake has had an itch for some sailing adventure, and as he was already planning to stay aboard until March 20, he's planning to extend his stay to help with the sail back. This is a helpful and necessary addition as Caleb, at 18, is excited and ready to carry on to the USVIs for the adventure of a job and going off on his own. Our friends on We Don't Neaux have ...