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Day 4: we took our lessons from the previous days and only put one
thing on our itinerary for the day: check out the El Yunque rainforest.
Turned out to work out perfectly time wise, just that the weather was
... stayed close to shore and swam and laid on the beach for most of the time here. I was also still very tired so I read my book and took a nap in the sun.
We stayed here for a few hours before decided to move to another location. The next beach we went to we traded in one of our boards for one that was bigger. We started calling it the chick board because it was white and pink. :)
This beach was much nicer then the last, had no rocks and ...
... English. He did, at least, have his tour speech down so that he did a good job as he drove us around Ponce giving a bit of history and interesting facts about various points of interest. Asking him questions was a different matter. He struggled to both understand us and come up with answers but it ...
... outside, including lots of co-quis and chiiirip chiiirips and shhhhhh...(...that's a waterfall).
From the travel book:
On our way to El Yunque in the rental...
Tricia's road rage: "*yawn* Come ON..."
We made it to the top of El Yunque...and met some friends! Like Alistair, who signed our book with some more words of wisdom: "If you duck down, out of the wind, it's warmer!" and Patrick, from Washington, DC, "fan ...
... can expect some chances to hook one of these fish, with
success measured in the fish you “jump” rather than catch, mainly due
to the hard mouth of the tarpon, which makes hooking and landing one of
these fish very frustrating at times. As a guide, I have noticed that
the main reason for tarpon to throw the fly is because most anglers will
lift the rod on a strike, like in the act of hooking a trout, tarpon
have a very hard mouth and ...