Parador El Buen Cafe Hotel
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... like paddle board where there are two hulls. These are assumed to be faster than your typical boards. I’ve been wanting a board for some time now. Can’t wait to see the results and we wish Greg and his company the best of luck.
I must admit that being on the boat for 6 nights and 7 days was taking a toll on me. When we finally reached San Juan we were greeted by an impressive view of ...
... passing us by but no more yachts seen. Day 2 A lovely sunrise and another fine sail, only down side Mark not feeling too good. Lots of sleep and dry cake help sort him out and a portion of Erics soup before bed time. Night shifts come around again all too soon but another smooth night. Day 3 As dawn breaks Sal takes over from Mark only to discover we have caught a fish over night - one stupid ...
... 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 ...
Isabela- We went to the caves and it was cool . We saw a dead bat . There was water coming from inside the caves . And we saw bats flying around the caves . There was spiders under some rocks . The spiders were weird . Antonio-the caves were cool and neat. We learned that the whole tunnel was caused by a river. The caves had cool features; there was water falling from the ceiling. We even ...
... Juan and had a picnic lunch at the Isla de Cabras National Park. This is where El Ca˝uelo (aka: Fort Saint John of the Cross), an old Spanish fort originally built in 1610 (later converted from wood to stone). It is across the bay from El Morro which allowed for crossfire against invading ships between these two forts across the San Juan Bay. El Ca˝uelo is a very small fort and ...