Hotel Parador Guanica 1929
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We arrived at the airport in San Juan. The rental car place was short of awful and they gave us a hard time with the rental although we had done everything online. By the time we were done, it was starting to get really dark outside and we did not have a GPS. Just a map with a bunch of squiggles and numbers and we needed to get clear across the island to Santa Isabel. I had a program on my phone that was our saving grace. We took 2 different detours as we were pretty lost. ...
... into their Baby Bjorns - James with Daddy, and Jasper with Mummy.
After parking in the lot, we approached the ranger station, our hiking limitations very obvious. We had been wanting to see the big tree that is a centerpiece of the reserve, but the ranger explained that it is at the bottom of a steep hill, and - a dealbreaker - seems to be guarded by bees! After that ...
... diners at the Parador in La Paguera today, and we ate our sandwiches and fritters as we listened to the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack. We saw a few locals on our explorations, but no tourists (a bonus, although the area's restaurants seemed geared for them), and didn't get to sample the local seafood. The weekends are apparently much more lively. So, we technically didn't leave the US, but we ...
... out eventually, with some help from a nice attendant.
Ponce was pretty town, full of low rise buildings and in the center colonial architecture. The main square was full of lion statues, a bit like the gorillas we had in Bristol for a while and there was a real cool fire-station which was all red and black stripped. It was built for the volunteer fire fighters brigade.
... are quite a few hills to walk depending on where we are going. The people in Puerto Rico have been generally very friendly and helpful, and most speak a small amount of English. It was quite interesting to walk around the area, and notice that many people are a mixture of different races, such as African American or Asian and Puerto Rican, and Spanish is their native language. The area that we are staying in is ...