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Hurricane alert as we leave Puerto Rico... and the course we have set to avoid it takes us directly through the Bermuda triangle.....it's been nice knowing you all.
Just in case this is the last entry in the blog, I should probably bring you up to date with our (potentially) last part of the journey.
We boarded the Carnival Valor in Orlando, a little apprehensive about our ability to enjoy a cruising holiday. With good reason as it ...
... David is our Captain and is responsible for the crew – that's all of us. David has a tough job and we probably don’t give him enough credit for all the work he does. That is why it is a big fear of mine if something were to happen to him while on this trip.
We have discussed and practiced such things as Man Over Board (MOB). MOB is basically that, when someone falls overboard. When ...
What's your name?
I know I talk about this subject pretty much in every blog, but it has proven to be a big part of my internship. Last weekend, 3 (young) girls from Chicago came to the Rainforest Inn for one night. Our mission was to show them around the property and explain them how things worked around here. We ended talking with them for a long time, it was nice to finally see young people (Most people that sleep at the Rainforest are more than twice my ...
<b>Interesting Individuals </b> Before flying to Puerto Rico, I though that the weather would have been my favorite part of my trip, but after talking with so many different living souls, I can definitely say that meeting new people is by far my favorite activity. Every Wednesdays, we have the chance to enjoy the beauty of Old San Juan and get away from what we now call "Jurassic Park". It's in a mixed of Spanish and French architecture that we wander in ...
in 1991, today it contains art exhibits and a nice museum of Vieques
There are many beautiful beaches on
Vieques, so we'd visit one or two each day. There was one within
walking distance of the house but the rest required a vehicle to
reach. Some had more people sunning and swimming than others, but
none of them were crowded. Snorkeling didn't seem to be as good on
Vieques as it had been on Grand Cayman or ...