Parador Palmas De Lucia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... like the front of a pirate ship, so the whole veranda had the feeling of something out of Swiss Family Robinson, open to the jungle on all four sides, but you are safely ensconced under the roof where you could swing in your hammock and enjoy a cup of coffee. We were informed that we were the only guests at the inn that night, so we had this area of the property to ourselves. I couldn't wait to get into one of the sitting hammocks with a glass of ...
... at El Mojito, which was recommended to us by an older gentlemen who gave us directions. We had lechon (pulled pork), arroz con gandules (yellow rice with pigeon peas), platano frito (fried plantain), and yucca. It was delicious! Isabela wanted us to buy more rice to take "to go". We arrived in Aguadilla around 6:30 p.m. We are staying at a nice hotel, El Faro Parador: two pools, lush landscaping, etc. We will be here 3 ...
... and I make our way back to the condo where our little friend is waiting to be cooked up for dinner. I chop up all the veggies and Amb gets our little friend ready. It is a wonderful meal (as you see from the picture). We have homework to do for scuba (a review) and then off to the shower and bed. We have an early start tomorrow... we need to be AT the boat by 8:00 am!! Buenas noches!! blog you ...
... were not certain of the directions to the Lighthouse. There was no signs leading to the site and it was only after Ronnie tried multiple searches on iPad and GPS that coordinates for Punta Tuna be found. Still, a very narrow access road awaited us and when we finally could declare victory in locating the edifice, we were disappointed to learn that the Lighthouse is only open from Wednesday to Sunday of each week. ...
... to a sweet pup who was truly in need of food and companionship. She fed the dog with leftovers from a prior meal and ideas of possibly bringing the pup home danced in her head. We made our way back to the Farajdo Inn and enjoyed our first opportunity to spend time by the pool. Interesting cloud formations caught our eyes with the suns rays emerging both above and below dense cloud cover. We then went out to dinner with Pat and Bob at a local restaurant called La Ola and made plans for ...