Parador El Buen Cafe Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adult pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today, we set out for a beach day to Aguadilla with myself, my grandparents, Maribel and Juni. But first, a stop to store to pick up some much-needed beach supplies…being Medalla, Bacardi Hurricane, and Gasolina Sangria. If you ever come to Puerto Rico, you'll know exactly what I mean about Gasolina…like Four Loko in the U.S. Oh by the way, also my grandma’s go to ...
From Samana, DR we picked an amazing day to get ourselves across the Mona Passage, which is known to be difficult if the conditions are less than perfect.
Did I mention that we saw many whales from Samana to Puerto Rico? Pretty cool beans.
After checking in at Mayaguez, we moved on to Boqueron which is a touristy, beachy, party town that is only really open on the weekends. But the beach was fun even though it was dark, course sand, which ...
... police and questioned on our intentions in Puerto Rico. They suggested that we contact the US Coast Guard of our location and intent again. We would have checked in but found out that Customs and Immigration does not perform on-boat check in and requires cruisers to go to the airport to check in. Not wanting to deal with the hassle of going to the airport, we decided that we would simply leave our quarantine flag ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...