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... the four and a half hour flight, and woke happy just before the descent and stayed that way as we disembarked from the plane and claimed our luggage.
We had waffled about renting a car due to the expense, but finally decided that it would be a good idea... and boy, was it. Puerto Rico is about 80 degrees Fahrenheit year round and having our own little pod of air conditioned semi-privacy would turn out to be absolutely crucial to the happiness and comfort ...
... you walk straight up to a very cool tent filled with tables, a bar, and ticket center. Tickets for Puerto Rican citizens are half off, but for me it was $12. We took a little trolley around the facility then entered the tour building. A nice guy from Orocovis took us around, but the tour was more like an attraction than anything else. You got to see some cool historical Bacardi stuff, and a replica of an old distillery system. But the real work was done all behind ...
... in San Juan. It breaks our heart and at times we can feel so helpless. It reminds us everyday how fortunate our lives and upbringing have truly been, while also teaching us how little a person really needs to be happy!
After some navigation errors and serious debating, we figured out how to get the beach from Juan and Jossee’s home. The beach was beautiful, the water warm, and the waves exhilarating to play in! ...
... and there are parks and plazas every several blocks where you can sit in the shade for a bit, buy a sorbet, and people-watch.
We had just happened upon such a plaza when I saw that it was a bus stop for the free shuttle service that the city provides, which stops at all the major attractions. The shuttle itself is two open air people-movers, similar to those at Disneyland that take you from the parking lot to the park. It's hop on, hop off, and we decided ...
... ve been to thus far have had bi-lingual menus). When we enter the patio, a waitress points us to an empty table. She comes to take our order, realizes we don’t speak Spanish, and runs away, returning a few minutes later with an English-speaking friend of the owner. With this man’s help, I order the red snapper and Ryan orders beefsteak with mofongo. Mofongo is a Puerto Rican dish made of mashed plantains and cassava. My red snapper comes as a complete fish, breaded ...