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... 8230;must have Taino feet. They got me geared up on the beach and I made the plunge without any problems! And this was after seeing another guy slip and fall on the rocks, mind you. The views were instantly breath taking of the coral underneath; I rented a waterproof camera from the shop, and began snapping photos like a madman. It was a little awkward remembering to breath through the snorkel tube, but I made ...
The ride to Aguadilla took about 2 hours as well, and the skies weren’t looking too good for us. Got a few light sprinkles along the way, but upon arrival it was fairly clear for the time being. The beach itself is pretty clean with convenient picnic tables, palm trees, and gazebos. The bathroom facilities are heavily, HEAVILY, lacking at Aguadilla though. Lets get ...
... designated driver was very happy to have some daylight left to help
me. The area is a monkey farm. Or at least it was supposed to become one. The US wanted to bread monkeys here to ship them of to american labs for pharmaceutical tests. But the Puerto Rican Government is stalling the project as they are weary of monkeys escaping. Monkeys do not naturally inhabit this ...
Back to Vieques today to go snorkeling. I saw a lot of fish And
while I was looking at the different fish and swimming through the fish I had
an idea to go to the zoo instead of my lazy day I am going to go to the zoo. I
picked quinepas while I was out of the water to hold me over until dinner. It
is so beautiful ...
... outside, including lots of co-quis and chiiirip chiiirips and shhhhhh...(...that's a waterfall).
From the travel book:
On our way to El Yunque in the rental...
Tricia's road rage: "*yawn* Come ON..."
We made it to the top of El Yunque...and met some friends! Like Alistair, who signed our book with some more words of wisdom: "If you duck down, out of the wind, it's warmer!" and Patrick, from Washington, DC, "fan ...