Parador Caribbean Paradise
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... a gravel path until we reached the two-story front building marked "Office." Before we could get out of the car, a woman came out of the office and greeted us. We explained who we were and she introduced herself as one of the owners, Linda, and told us to follow her to our room. She got in her 4Runner and we followed her along the narrow driveway across the property. We first passed a horse track and stables, with several stable hands and trainers hard ...
... ROI of our two-hour El Yunque experience. :)
The bonus of the rental car was that we had the freedom to explore the island without a ton of planning, or endless waiting for buses and ferries (there isn't much in the way of public transport outside San Juan...and as we discovered, what does exist in San Juan is, quite frankly, for sh*t). So after El Yunque, we opted to head to Luquillo Beach on the east coast, about 15 minutes farther east of El Yunque. Luquillo ...
... around 6am by Saturday night partiers returning to the B&B, and an old lady who for whatever reason decided to do her morning rosary on my couch. Out loud. Over my sleeping body. Apparently I need saving.
After multiple (MULTIPLE) cups of coffee, we decided to take a public bus into Old Town San Juan. Our Lonely Planet guidebook, in the first of several attempts to f**k us over on this trip, said not to waste $15 on a 10-minute cab ride; the local bus is just 75 ...
... there is no one around). It is perfect to spend this last day in perfect serenity. Faye and I got to snorkel and see some fish. We drank our favorite drink out of our favorite cups and just had an enjoyable day. At sunset we head home. Yet another perfect day.
I am still thinking of him. I am not sure what sparked a huge pain in my heart but I broke down and cried again. TheI pray for him. I also can't recall the last time I ...
... the moment. Faye and I are truly happy to be here. We are also very thankful for Ricardo and how blessed we are that he is taking such good care of us. On a side note, we met some couch surfers on our way to the mini island who recognized Ricardo. They were students from Florida just exploring the island. They looked like they would rather be hanging out with us rather than their host. They truly have missed out.
After the beach we ...