Parador Villas Sotomayor
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... of freaking out. Then I see at the end, the guy coming to get me. He instructs me how to turn and reel myself in but again my gloves keep getting stuck and I'm starting to get really tired. So again, he wraps his legs around me and pulls us to the finish line. (All of this was shot on my GoPro btw) I finally get to the end and I'm so relieved. Next stop was The Beast! The beast isn't a normal zipline where you're sitting up and holding the ropes. ...
... to meet a Puerto Rican from NYC named Harold. Great food of rice and beans, chicken creole, avocado salad and for dessert a piece of apple coffee cake. We ate another dose of King's cream (coco and fresca) awesome.
Off to La Guarancha, the local boardwalk via taxi. Les left his sunglasses in the taxi on accident, a quick call to our hotel and they called the taxi company for us The driver found the glasses in the back seat and delivered them back to our ...
... and we hit rain. It is a pretty stressful drive back. The road that we take is dark and it feels like we are climbing a mountain...oh wait we are!!!! We even pass a car that has hydroplaned into the ditch! Finally we make it back safe and sound!! Time for a drink and then bed we are exhausted. We dive tomorrow and it is an early morning. Wish us luck! Hopefully tomorrow we will both be certified open water divers! Buenas noches! Blog you ...
... 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.