Hotel Parador Guanica 1929
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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All I can say about yesterday is wow! Life is incredible!
Ricardo, Faye and I started our day early. Faye and I were up at 4 am wishing the sun was out so we could see all the beautiful landscape. At about 7:30 we were not able to contain our excitement so we got up and explored the surroundings. Ricardo was up shortly and proceeded to be the amazing host he has always been and offered us coffee which then turned into breakfast. We ...
... 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 ...
... culture has many characteristics that distinguish it from other cultures as well.
Puerto Ricans tend to use many hand gestures and movements when conversing with another; also, it is noticed that family members or men of close friendship and women of close friendship will embrace hugs and often engage in a brief kiss on the cheek, however gestures are not usually exchanged between a man and ...
... 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.