J. B. Hidden Village Hotel

Address: Sector Villa Rubia, Ramal 416, Aguada, Puerto Rico, 00602 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sector Villa Rubia, Ramal 416, Aguada, Puerto Rico, is near El Faro Park, Isla Desecheo, Maritime Museum, and Mona Passage.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

Entry 1: On Grabbing Opportunities

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Mar 19, 2015

6 comments, 4 photos

... Rico and drank more beer, I really had a great time and I hope that our paths will cross again. Oh and this opportunity was proposed to me by a volunteer who works with me. (Thanks Ceejay)

Happy Birthday

Getting older is a weird feeling, you can't escape it, it will chase you till your last breath. It will chase you through the weirdness of space and time and through thick and thin. I turned 19 on March 11. I feel and know that I'm ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 12, 2015

4 photos

... sun. Another 2-hour car ride, and we were back on the west coast of Puerto Rico in Rincon. Except this time, the skies were clear and the sun was shining down. I got to Rincon a little earlier than expected, so to kill time before my 1:30 lesson I decided to stop by the beach with my grandparents. Not sure exactly what part it was called, but it was a pleasant part of Rincon’s beaches with a little beach ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 11, 2015

4 photos

... the beach though, shall we?

Grandpa being the chatty guy he is, made friends with the man climbing up trees and grabbing coconuts. He turned out to be a very chill guy though, and sold us a water-filled coconut for only a buck! Coconut water isn’t a good mixer for alcohol, but it was refreshing! The beach was a mix of locals (great asses), out of town Puerto ...

Day Five

A travel blog entry by leesneed on Jan 09, 2015

17 photos

... Bob, and Maggie stayed at the beach. That hike was a lot longer than we thought it would be and we really did not have the proper footwear for a hike but we did it. Mainly because Anne was so far ahead of everyone that we couldn't call her back - so we just trudged on. Finally made it and I think it was worth it - maybe.

This was the ...

Wide Sargasso Sea

A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 04, 2014

11 photos

... of the dead could come back, a belief which came from West Africa to the Caribbean with slavery. When we were at the Ceiba tree the day before, the plaque describing the history of the tree discussed how the native Puerto Rican islanders, called Taino's, called their spirit of the dead opias, whom they believed to live in the Ceiba trees.

I sat outside reading after having lunch for so long that the bartender came over and gave my ...

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