Parador El Guajataca
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... sun. Another 2-hour car ride, and we were back on the west coast of Puerto Rico in Rincon. Except this time, the skies were clear and the sun was shining down. I got to Rincon a little earlier than expected, so to kill time before my 1:30 lesson I decided to stop by the beach with my grandparents. Not sure exactly what part it was called, but it was a pleasant part of Rincon’s beaches with a little beach ...
... great asses), and some American spring breakers both young, middle aged, and old. Met some ex-pats from Pennsylvania who brought out their son too! But the rain came to ruin our parade, so off we went to beach town called Boqueron.
The beach town was dead today too, pretty but dead. Noticed a few Americans walking around, and grandpa made friends with some people ...
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 ...
... br> cuevas ventanas, a caves that end on a cliff at approximately 750
meters from the ground. The view that we had there was simply
gorgeous and the caves was full of these little bird that remind me
of the swallows back in Quebec, but brown and white instead of blue
and white. On our way back we stopped in a little restaurant at the
end of the caves where we ate ...
... politely asked Sheila to discard her Diet Coke while riding the trolley. (No drinking on the trolley apparently extends to sodas as well.) We disembarked near Calle Cristo and enjoyed lunch at Al Denti Ristoranti and Wine Bar (after having passed by the restaurant offering goat stew and rabbit stew). As it was a typical sunny and beautiful day in Puerto Rico, we dined outside at a leisurely pace over a fine glass of Merlot (for Sheila) and ...