Parador Villa Parguera
Travel Blogs from Lajas
... it cuts through the famed Vuelta Abajo region, one of the most fertile areas in the country and the source of the finest tobacco in the world. There are countlessvegas (tobacco plantations) in this zone, but one, the Alejandro Robaina, has an edge over the rest. While most plantations produce tobacco for one or more of the state-owned cigar ...
We climbed onto a small bus with five other people. No one seemed to have any idea where we were going but everyone was a good sport about it. This turned out to be a great tour! The “English speaking” driver did speak English. But only… well… he sort ...
Okay the first beach I went to was super clear, but super
crowded. I didn’t mind I liked to watch all the families and such run around.
The students aren’t out of school yet, so I saw some of them skipping school
lol it reminded me of when I was younger and my foolish antics. The second
beach I went to was not completely deserted, but I only saw people about every
50 feet. I am excited, because tomorrow is the Black Sand ...
... the beaches alone however when I went to the San Juan Cafe and her name is Jennifer. She is also visiting here by herself, but has a rental car and offered to tag along with me to the beach so I could have transportation. All in all it was a good day, and Jennifer and I decided to do more trips like this while we are both in ...
... be careful as you wade and
fish the beaches, always gently shuffle your feet as you walk, that way
you disturb the stingrays making them swim away without a tail swipe and
possible injury with their poisonous spine. The fly fisherman needs to
be able to cast in different scenarios, short 20 foot roll casts in the
mangrove channels and 60 to 70 feet long casts for open water fishing.
It is important to practice the double haul at a park, football or ...