Parador Villas Sotomayor
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So, we've been here for some time. Much longer than expected. Although I'm in serious need of a long, white sand beach, the locals that we've met have made our time here incredibly enjoyable. We met Ricardo and Marjeta our first week here at the local swimming hole and have been spending time with them ever since. They are kind, generous, fun-loving people who live in absolute paradise! If I ever move ashore ...
... Puerto Rican food such as my favorite Arroz and Gondules (Rice and Beans). After a great meal I put on my bathing suit and headed out to Bio Bay. There I enjoyed a ride on a beautiful boat through the caves, where I can got to witness the Islands most beautiful glowing Bay. After a long day of excitement, I headed to my hotel and enjoyed some peace and ...
... a possible hernia repair, a visit to Ojos Bellos (yaaay) and an ultrasound on a mare. Dr. DoLittle has to make a living after all.
Our first stop was to see Ojos Bellos. The sight was short of heartbreaking. He was laying in the hay bearly moving. He was dehydrated, skinny, weak and his eyes had ulcered over. He looked like he had a severe case of cataracts. Ricardo replaced the catheter and ordered a few meds. He also got ...
Today has just been incredible. This morning we once again woke up to the most beautiful view. I am not sure I could ever get tired of looking at it and could not imagine how anyone get tired of looking at it's magnificence. Ricardo once again has proven to be such a gracious and kind host. For breakfast we had pancakes. PANCAKES!!!!! In Puerto Rico! That about has just made my whole trip.
... Aguas Terraneas which simple means water from earth. So water that comes from hot springs. It was really hot and had the smell of sulfur. It was very relaxing to sit there and share this space with a few locals. One lady in the restroom showed us a picture of a Coqui frog. That was so nice of her. Everyone here is so nice.
We then headed to meet with Beno. I must admit at this time I am very exhausted. I took a nap in the car ...