Parador El Guajataca
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... Maya and I split a Kan Kan. It’s a two pound marinated pork chop that is deep fried with the skin on it served with rice and beans on the side. Oh and don’t forget the hot sauce. David got a grouper dish with some mashed taro root. When our tummy’s were full we set off window shopping. Maya picked up a cute purse for herself and we could not resist the frozen icicle treat sold by local vendors in ...
Sadly this is our last day in Rincon. Up at 8am to get ourselves to Steps Beach for snorkeling. Breakfast of cereal, bananas, fruit smoothie,hot tea. Packed up chairs, snorkels and headed out.
We were one of the first groups here – beautiful snorkeling– fan, brain, antler corals and lots of cool colorful fish. Saw a flounder laying ...
Breakfast of cereal, bananas, and healthy fruit smoothies from Jean and Harry – so nice! Coffee at different local bakery – once again not great. Tootled around the area to Punta Beach on the Atlantic side. Had the best banana mocha drink and latte from Banana Dangs. Amazing!! Drank them as we walked around the lighthouse again. Lunch of asopao (stew) with fish, arroz mamposteao, cold Medallas and shrimp empanadilla at ...
... we were near the edge of a 20+ foot cliff with huge waves coming in and rising way above the top of the cliff. It was fun to watch!
We continued on, ending up at Arecibo. There was a nice beach and a lighthouse that was built by Spaniards and finished the same year that they lost Puerto Rico to the US. By the time we were done there it was time to make our way back east.
... artistic treasures. The church is home to the body of Juan Ponce de Leon, Puerto Rico’s first governor. We also saw (but could not enter) Capilla de Cristo, which stands alongside "Pigeon Park". We enjoyed observing throngs of pigeons amidst visitors to the park who fed the birds and posed for pictures with them. Our visit to Old San Juan culminated upon finding Ben & Jerry’s. Far from its roots in Burlington, ...