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... stay on board and check in with the CBP in San Juan (well...maybe we went ashore for a little while..)
During our stay in Aguadilla Bay we were visited by a friendly stand up paddle (SUP) boarder by the name of Greg. Greg used to work for the US Coast Guard and is now a custom builder of carbon fiber stand up paddle boards. These paddle boards are fast because of the narrow build. Greg is also working on ...
... then go out and get drunk at night, although the nightlife is nothing special here. San German was definitely a place I would recommend here in Puerto Rico and probably the second coolest town next to Old San Juan. Your stay in Rincon should all depend on how much you like surfing. If you are here simply for a beach, then you should probably go elsewhere because there are nicer beaches and nicer cities. This place is simply a surfing town.
... perched on the rock reefs, not so much. Little, brightly colored fish along the rocks were cool and Derrick and Savannah loved swimming through the schools of sardine as they snorkeled. Cole loved swimming and riding the boogie-board as he surfed until sunset. The experience was bitter-sweet knowing it was the eve of our departure into reality once more.
We finished the evening with a return to the Rincon Plaza for dinner at ...
... it! I had to wait until the next wave went by to see if I could find it again. I did see it and did get it on my second grab. It is a piece of red glass! Wow, I was so excited and could hardly wait to get back to our spot to show Len. We soon packed up and headed home.
It was very busy at the apartment. Richard’s car was gone, he was thinking about moving to get some quiet.
We cleaned up and went out for ...
... Camuy is the world's third-largest subterranean river. A 20-story building would fit inside the main chamber of Cueva Clara. It is one of the largest cave systems in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere, The caverns are part of a large network of natural limestone caves and underground waterways carved out by the third-largest underground river in the world, the Río Camuy.
Incredible day and incredible ...