The Beach House Hotel
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... a school group!) It wasn't as quick of a trip as we had been originally told either. There was a bit concern as to whether they would leave without us. However, our taxi driver (just as every other taxi driver in Puerto Rico) was a crazy driver and got us to the boat before it left.
The boat ride was a bit choppy and many felt seasick before they were allowed to go sit out back. This boat is a snorkeling tour boat - much like the one we are going on on Sunday. The guys from ...
... Rodney picked us up this morning and deposited us at the Orlando airport-- three suitcases, three carryons, and one wheel chair. We are flying to San Juan, PR. We are staying in the Embassy Suites tonight. We will board our cruise ship tomorrow. Tonight we will eat at the Outback Restaurant in our hotel. No dancing tonight .... Just ...
... beyond naps and rum happy hour at sunset, so we decided to take advantage of our rental car, and drive back to Old Town San Juan for dinner. The Old Town is a spectacularly different place at night than during the day. At night, the fortified walls are lit up, and the famous restaurant street of "SoFo" (south of Forteleza Street) floods with hungry diners and nightlife seekers. Now, when we had arrived at 3:30am Saturday night/Sunday morning, the bars hadn't even ...
... amp; Malcolm and start the Geocache hunt. What is Geocaching you ask? Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. The cache is usually very small and carefully hidden. Sue and Malc have their GPS devices on and so we follow them to the first set of co-ordinates. The ...
... there and it was the same environment as Puerto Rico; very unsanitary, no clean water, weather was usually warm and rain was harsh.