Parador Costa del Mar
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... RA and I were trapped on the balcony in between both rooms; so naturally we decided to play paparazzi photographers and got some very incriminating photos of our friends and their new man toys.
After awhile there, RA and I wanted to go home; it was getting late. AA wanted to stay the night and AW decided to stay as well. AW's excuse was she didn't want to leave AA there by herself, we needed to stick to the buddy ...
... They were not wrong. We arrived to a packed restaurant. After a short wait we were seated and given the beer list. To my amazement they had bottles of Founders Breakfast Stout for $5! We had an amazing meal and wished we were going to be in San Juan to eat there again.
We had a great time in Puerto Rico. Old San Juan was amazing but there is so much more to this US territory then just Old San Juan.
... 5 minutes before or after you passed the spot. (he said us with our Polish / South African backgrounds should be fine in this country).
Another day, when Randy was at work, Sonia took us shopping in a big American style mall. Anna Maria found a lot of pretty clothes, and I found a cool blazer, and had already spent my extra cash on the forced Kindle technology update in any case.
Randy is also driving us to the ferry port! Next stop: the islands of Culebra and Vieques for 5 ...
... to Hawaii where we live, our next tropical destination will likely be there as its only a 6 hour plane ride.
All in all, another great trip - we're lucky we didn't hit any bad weather on the way down or return, as the US had some storms on the East Coast and the Midwest but we managed to dodge them and did not encounter many flight delays, so no missed connections.
... travel along Puerto Rico Route 3, instead of the Expressway, Route 53. Route 3 turned out to be a meandering narrow road which ascended and then descended through mountainous terrain. There were sharp turns and limited sight lines, which Ronnie skillfully navigated. At times, the roads seemed no wider than a typical driveway back home. When we finally arrived at the coastal village of Maunabo, we both felt relieved, but ...