Parador Joyuda Beach

Road 102 Km 11.7, Puerto Rico, 00623 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road 102 Km 11.7, Puerto Rico, is near Boqueron, Buye Beach, Cabo Rojo, and Combate Beach.
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    Wide Sargasso Sea

    A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 04, 2014

    11 photos

    ... putting yourself in the shoes of the people who lived there at that time and thinking about their hopes and beliefs and fears and how valid those feelings and beliefs were, but also how fleeting.

    As we walked around, we noticed there there were several large bug nests in the woods as well, which gave me a bit of the creeps, but luckily no snakes or vermin on the ground. We didn't spend too much time in the ruins because ...

    San Juan Old Town

    A travel blog entry by tompajan2 on Jun 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... a cup of coffee which we bought from a little cafe on the square.
    Although it was nice walking around looking at the old houses and nice restaurants.
    After strolling around for a couple of hours we went to the same restaurant as we had lunch at before going to the ship, Brickhouse. At Brickhouse we had a nice dinner before we went back to the hotel.


    Discovering Puerto Rico

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 18, 2014

    45 photos

    ... David had three helpings and I had two. Yes, it was that good.

    We finally made it to Castillo El Morro where the kids picked up their junior ranger booklets and were off to the races trying to fill in the answers. They were so excited to get their badges at the end of the day. The Castillo El Morro is the largest and oldest fort I’ve ever been too. It lives up to the hype and is a well worth a ...

    West Indies to the East . Taylor Bolitho

    A travel blog entry by taylorbolitho on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... i was African American.

  • While in Florida i bought a horse with the last of my money and rode up to North Carolina and took a break with a very sweet old couple and they fed me and i went on my way to Virginia.
    • While i was in Virginia i went into a local store and met a man who owned a steamboat and he offered me a ride up to New York , i took him up on the offer and away i went on the Susquehanna River


    Last Day in Rincon

    A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 02, 2014

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    ... lunch of fried pork mofongo with broth and arroz mamposteao, washed down with really cold Medallas. Off to Corcega Beach for last jaunt in the water. Packed up around 4pm – home to shower up, check out the map, do some email work, and play cards in evening on our deck. Ate supper of cereal, pineapple and hot tea. Finally Les is starting to feel ...