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Travel Blogs from Quebradillas
... a good amount of rain, so I have been collecting the rain water in gallon sized jugs and pouring them over me to waish off.....doesn't really count as a shower haha cause I still smell like ****! Thank God the water truck is scheduled to come today. Also there are a lot of bugs around so we have to keep our place clean everyday. Just the other day a lizard was chilling in ...
... typical meal, which is Mofongo,
Rice and beans and ribs, that was delicious. In the upcoming weeks I
will be working on my new project, which is to make concrete arches
and I will go back to Culebra also to enjoy once more the gorgeous
beach. Finally, I will go climb El Toro Negro the next weekend, for
real this time! I can't wait to see the landscape from there.
Although we were very reluctant to leave the blissful Horned Dorset, we had many miles to go to reach Fajardo this evening. We first drove past the statue of the Rincon Surfer and then made our way to the Lighthouse. We decided we didn't have enough time to properly explore Ponce today, so Sheila and I decided to head north to Isabela to look at how rough the Atlantic is on this northwestern side of Puerto Rico as we wound our way to ...
... sensory experience.
Our foray into Old San Juan began at "El Morro", the Spanish fortress which overlooks the entrance to San Juan Bay. We explored every level of the edifice on foot, climbing up and down the same passage ways which 16th Century soldiers likely traversed in the course of their daily routines. While at El Morro, Veronica’s keen eyes spotted two iguanas sitting contentedly atop the fortress, ...
... at the Camuy caves, we found ourselves delayed but no less enthusiastic about our choice of destination for the day. Part of the National Park system of Puerto Rico, the caves boast the third largest underground river in the world. The waterway follows its course through a network of caves, canyons and sinkholes which were cut through the island’s limestone base over the course of millions of years. The landscape in and around the park ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking