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... s day), so he was not available to meet with us. After Ivan, the docent at the Robaina Farm, explained the planting, growing, drying, and processing of the tobacco, we were invited to look at the home where there are displays and articles about the farm.
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As the Carretera Central heads southwest from the ...
... entrance. These fortifications date back centuries and are still a spectacular site. Not necessary at this point for coastal defense, they now function as a national park, along with the El Yunque Rain Forest Preserve located on the eastern end of the island.
Barb and I had spent a week in Puerto Rico last November. At that time, we traveled around the island by ...
Our breakfast plans were foiled when we arrived at the Dinghy Dock to find out that they only serve breakfast on the weekends...oh man!! We ended up eating at Pan Deli – ham, cheese, and egg sandwich and bacon/egg wrap, hash browns and café con leche. It was all OK, but we really had our hearts set on breakfast burritos at the Dinghy Dock,
... sparklers! I was so glad that we hadn’t passed by on this opportunity because this was such an amazing experience! The tour was great fun and the guides were filled with information. On our way back to the hotel afterwards we got completely lost. Having no idea where we were or which direction to ...
... let me take it? Yikes!
But workers finally started to come and they opened up security. We got thru and to our gate for departure.
When we landed at the airport, outside of New York, we had to go find the airline desk and get things straightened out and get the rest of our boarding passes. That's what happens when you use an American airline for half of your travel.
Next stop was to Toronto then on to Saskatoon. Yay. It's always nice to come ...