Lazy Parrot Inn
Travel Blogs from Rincon
Marty - We had a couple of lazy days and one extremely lazy day due to a massive Rum hangover of Ness's, so the next two days we made an effort to check out what Puerto Rico had to offer.
The first day we took off to a beach with the name in Spanish "dirty beach", but no idea why it was called that as it was awesome, and all the locals …
Marty - I'll quote the lonely planet here to give you an idea of were we are.
"You’ll know you’ve arrived in Rincón when you pass the group of sun-grizzled gringos cruising west in their rusty 1972 Volkswagen Beetle with a pile of surfboards attached to the roof. Shoehorned far out in the island’s most psychedelic corner …
Day 3: the coffee plantation thing had been postponed to this day, but
we still wanted to check out Cabo Rojo on the way there. Once again,
everything took thrice as long as anticipated and so we had to sadly
Day 2: drive to Sonia's home town, Lares, and look at its famous caves
that contain the third largest underground river, the Río de Camuy.
Originally we also wanted to visit a coffee plantation in Lares, because it produces one of the best coffees of the island, but ...
So Jill had planned a trip to Puerto Rico and around Christmas time told me I should come down with her and her friends. I decided that would be awesome and I asked for the time off of work.
Along comes the week of PR and what do you know, another friggen snowstorm. Like the 5th one this year! Flying standby gets tricky at these times. My original flight out was supposed to be Wednesday but the 2 daily flights I could have taken both got filled ...