Travel Blogs from Cabo Rojo
On our way back to the boat we ran into a local fisherman on the dock. He used to live in Connecticut but has since lived in Puerto Rico. Tyler and Maya was invited to play with his kids and their friends. A treat for our kids since they are always on the search for friends to play with.
Two days in San Juan was just not enough time. On Saturday we left the historic city. We will be back another time.
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suddenly time to throw myself back into the state of limbo in Germany, before
I hear where my work-related journey will lead me ...
... 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 ...
... did. The boys joined in with me and kept the glass in their pockets. We collected so much! When I got home I filled up a mason jar with it all!
After we got back from collecting glass and shells, I was very hungry so I ventured off on my own to find a restaurant on the beach. I had a few drinks and ordered some healthy sloppy joes (they were served on lettuce instead of bread. actually very tastey!) and headed back to the group.
... Never one to miss a meal and grumpy when he does, Doc insisted that we go back to look. We parked the jeep alongside the road and walked back to the driveway.
El Cemi museum
I had read that the people who lived here in the mountains tended to value their privacy and were ...