Travel Blogs from Cabo Rojo
... serif; line-height: normal;">pretty shotty for once. But, as the name rainforest already indicates:
this may well be to be expected. The forest and its many waterfalls
were an ultra-green sight and well worth the driving time.
... 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 ...
... it to the plantation before it would be closed. What we managed to still do though, is buy some of the famous ice cream in Lares: this shop has (next to the normal flavours) weird and wonderful taste bud experiences like plantane, rice & beans, maize, and pumpkin flavour! And it tasted great!
We also did a dinner stop over in another city, called ...
... stayed close to shore and swam and laid on the beach for most of the time here. I was also still very tired so I read my book and took a nap in the sun.
We stayed here for a few hours before decided to move to another location. The next beach we went to we traded in one of our boards for one that was bigger. We started calling it the chick board because it was white and pink. :)
This beach was much nicer then the last, had no rocks and ...
... 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 ...