San Miguel Plaza Hotel
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... at El Mojito, which was recommended to us by an older gentlemen who gave us directions. We had lechon (pulled pork), arroz con gandules (yellow rice with pigeon peas), platano frito (fried plantain), and yucca. It was delicious! Isabela wanted us to buy more rice to take "to go". We arrived in Aguadilla around 6:30 p.m. We are staying at a nice hotel, El Faro Parador: two pools, lush landscaping, etc. We will be here 3 ...
... away one month later. He was only 26 years old. It was unexpected and I plunged into a depressed state of grief. It was such a painful loss for myself and for my entire family. It took a year before I decided to start traveling. For me it was therapy, a way to honor my brother’s memory by living life in a way he would be proud of. First stop ...
... and for dessert I had Flan for $4.75.
Total $1849.93 ...
... PR to meet the Otero family. Lots of drinking including a pitorro shots. Lots of food, lots of salsa dancing, and laughs.
April 1: Yari and I went to Old San Juan to eat at El Hamburguer. We went to find Nathan a present at Old San Juan. Enjoyed the beauty parts of Old San Juan. Later at night, we relaxed at the parent's house with family. Margarita made a nice dinner.
April 2: We went back to Austin, TX. No Delays.
... hit the next day. Well...such are the best-laid plans...total straight line distance covered was less than 100 miles...but, we had a great day seeing sights that aren't on the normal path.
It is said that the folks in Puerto Rico enjoy their natural resources, but don't like to get their feet dirty doing so. So, looking back on the El Yunque visit, it was no surprise that roadway access to the very doorstep of the resource is key. Hiking trails are poorly marked, ...