Monte Rio Hotel
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... of words in my mouth and a lot of stories on my shoulders to tell. They gifted my with their trust and with knowledge that I will keep with me forever.
"The very basic core of a man's living spirit is his passion for adventure" - Christopher McCandless
I stopped keeping track of how many times I went to the waterfall on the property. But each time I sought the silhouette of the waterfall, I wanted to climb it and explore the jungle a little bit more. ...
... the chance the experience typical Puerto Rican music (and I'm not talking about reggeaton). I really had a great time with Max and Thomas. Thomas is the new volunteer, he is from Hungary, but now he lives in Scotland. He's a really nice guy and I'm looking forward working with him on the property and learning more about his culture.
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I really need to write this blog quickly because I'm leaving for El Toro peak! Which is the ...
... island. The walls and the lush plantings gave the
place a feeling of privacy and seclusion even though other houses
were nearby. We had deliberated for weeks, trying to decide which
house to rent, but we couldn't have picked a better one!
Each morning, while the young people
slept in, Lee and I headed out to get in our daily walk. Funny thing
about Vieques—once away from the town center, there are no street
signs or ...
... beach for the afternoon, rented chairs and umbrella – nice strong wind to keep us cool. Read books, played in the water, ate lunch of chicken mofongo, rice and beans and a mango smoothie. Evening of drinking Partly Cloudys at Dinghy Dock bar.....this is how we wanted to say goodbye to the island. Went up the hill to see the sunset and enjoy the beautiful ...
... info, thx angels! Just by chance we turned in the right direction, heading toward the water. There we found a tourist booth were we got the info about the free shuttles that go around the old town. We rode the open air one that went all the way up to the el Morro Castillo, the the yellow line went thru the downtown, where we found all the shops. We returned back to trolley stop one. There we had a 2 for ...