Olimpo Court Hotel
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... the garden was open, the house looked locked up tight. Not to be dismayed (yet) we decided to just wander around the expansive gardens. Casa Blanca was much bigger than I had expected and the property surrounding it is lush and verdant with towering trees and creeping bushes. Mazes of cobblestone pathways wind along the many wings of the house and many of them seem nearly overgrown and littered with dead leaves and twigs. All of the fountains (and there were ...
... while certainly adding many other new and exciting experiences:
1) Travel and experience Caribbean life (outside of the resorts/tourist areas).
2) Live on a beach
3) Snorkel with a turtle
4) See St. Lucia/ West Indies Islands
5) See the North Shore of Oahu
6) See lava
7) Hike the Kalalau Trail
8) Learn how to surf
9) See a bio-luminescent bay
10) Pursue our "dream careers"
*There may be other items that ...
... Mid-morning, we decided to catch a local bus down the street to take us to Old San Juan. There was a local elderly lady waiting at the bus stop with us and after waiting for some time, I decided to ask this woman if she had any idea when a bus might be coming. Well, I got quite the greeting! She yelled and swore at me that she doesn't give ...
... enjoy the limited time we had on the ship since we'd be off the maximum time allowed in all the ports we were going to hit. Dinner was promptly at 5:45pm, and we decided to skip the stage show as we had seen it before. We put the gift bags we were giving away together instead and started dropping them off, watched a movie in the stateroom and basically just enjoyed ourselves until running up to the top deck to watch San Juan disappear into the distance as our phones finally lost signal.
... sun and rum drinks. In fact, Don Bacardi was said to have advertised to prohibition-era Americans by saying "Come to Cuba and bathe in Bacardi rum." In the art deco bar we were given a sample of Bacardi 8- aged 8 years, but they claim that since the aging process is more rapid in tropical climates due to the heat and moisture, that 8 year rum is comparable to 12 year scotches. The Bacardi 8 sample was small, but it was a decent sipping ...