Pichi'S Hotel & Convention Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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Our Balcony cabin is great and the food on the ship is excellent,,, we just aren't able to enjoy it at all. It appears there has been divine intervention on our trip and we have been sent here by a higher being to see how we will end up if we don't watch our food intake and exercise more.
The ship probably has 80 percent of the passengers in the morbidly obese category. It is horrifying to see, especially when most of them don't appear to be ...
... Isla Caja de Muertos aka Coffin Island in Puerto Rico heading to Ponce, we took the opportunity to teach Tyler how to pull anchor while Maya drove the boat. When we were under motor heading to Ponce, David threw out a life jacket and each of us had assigned jobs. We wanted Maya to learn to drive the boat in case David and I were unable to do it therefore I was assigned as the spotter and Tyler ...
... really got along together and the next day, we went to the waterfall together! The trail leading to the waterfall is really an interesting place. If you stop for a minute, you can smell and feel the breath of the earth coming out of the dense vegetation. It is really an overwhelming feeling that I hope will stay with me for a long time. After taking a swim in the freshening water, the girls ( Andrea, Joanna and Rachel) invited us to the restaurant. We went to ...
... lighted streets. Going from bar to bar, meeting new people and having some fun. In a weird twist of circumstances, we had the chance to spent the evening with two lovely locals called Ambar and Natasha. They showed us around and we chatted with them for a while. I asked many questions about what they thing about "Los Gringos", I always think that it's interesting to have some insight from the people that live here. I always was keen to learn about things in ...
... and that was a
bit of a disappointment. High winds may have played a part in
churning up the water and making it cloudier than is typical in the
After a day of beach-going or
sight-seeing, we'd all go out to dinner, each night to a different
restaurant. The seafood was of course delicious as were the fruity
rum drinks! One unusual meal was something called mofongo,
a traditional Puerto Rican dish. David had ...