Mayaguez Resort & Casino
Travel Blogs from Mayaguez
... went on our way.
Day #9 – Wednesday: Another day of touring Old San Juan. We visited the San Juan Cathedral which was built in 1540 and where Ponce De Leone is entombed. We walked past squares and looked at fountains. We did some souvenir shopping.
The Cathedral ...
... Puerto Rican food such as my favorite Arroz and Gondules (Rice and Beans). After a great meal I put on my bathing suit and headed out to Bio Bay. There I enjoyed a ride on a beautiful boat through the caves, where I can got to witness the Islands most beautiful glowing Bay. After a long day of excitement, I headed to my hotel and enjoyed some peace and ...
... sink, scared the **** outta me. But none of this really is a big deal cause its beautiful here, palm trees everywhere and the clearest water I have ever seen. Have been able to go surfing everyday and my skills are improving, and just the other day I got to go snorkeling for the first time, saw this cool blue looking fish that before the other day I had only seen is an ...
We drove all the way to the top of El Yunque National Forest on Puerto
Rico 191. El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest in the national park
system and covers almost 28,000 acres of land. The forest is home to
1,000 plant and animal species and while visiting we encountered giant
ferns and towering stands of bamboo, but not many animals (a couple of ...
... and if you can't make out their running lights, it is also difficult to tell in which direction they are moving. I glanced once to see just a mast head light… A few minutes later, I glanced again to see the same thing… and the next time I glanced, I could make out a green running light, indicating that I was looking at the starboard side of the vessel. I contemplated giving them a call on the radio, but I didn't want to if it was unnecessary so as not to wake ...
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