Parador Villa Parguera
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... beachy part of Ponce, to see if it was any busier. Turns out it wasn’t, but I enjoyed the car ride and company of my grandparents. Along the way I learned that many people stop by these places when they are “chincorriando,” a very Puerto Rican slang word for cruising on the weekend to other cities to party and drink. I was pretty exhausted by this point from the early plane ride and activities, so we called it a night then. ...
... Thank God! Super festive atmosphere on the boardwalk – lots of families eating fried food, drinking and dancing. Awesome place to see families enjoying a Sunday afternoon. We walked along the beach to the Hilton Hotel. Watched the Bears vs. Packers game on TV at the local bar – had an OK pina colada, but not great. Met a couple from Minnesota, small world!
Took a taxi back to Ponce central with a couple from Texas (Marta and Britney). They ...
What's better than a road
trip to visit a country? Nothing! Last weekend we left and went
around Puerto Rico in car stopping in a lot a place. As part of my
challenges, I had to climb the highest peak of Puerto Rico what we
made this weekend. The view from there was simply breath taking, the
landscape with all the mountains and lake was gorgeous. Then we went
to Ponce where there was a huge party in ...
... 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 ...
... had to adjust sail. About 20 miles from Ponce, Puerto Rico, afternoon, we started the engine to charge the very low batteries, and never shut it off. We had made 130 nautical miles in 24 hours, a fair amount for a thirty footer. We pulled up to the Ponce Yacht Club fuel dock and into the waiting hands of the United States Customs and Border Control/ Homeland Security. Spirits dwindled.