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 ...
... go that this trip would be interesting. Anytime there are more than 2 females traveling together there is bound to be some sort of drama or conflict.
Around 2:30am, I received a text from United Airlines stating that my 8:00am flight to Houston was delayed until 9:15 due to staffing issues. We had a connecting flight to San Juan at 10:25am!; there was no way we were going to make our connection. We ...
... I am absolutely getting used to being able to choose what to cook everyday experimenting with food I wouldn't have the opportunity to elsewhere. One day I made salted caramel peanut cups just for funsies. Peanut-Pretzel Peanut Butter Chocolate cupcakes for a birthday were also a huge hit (they better be, they took over 2 hours to make!)
We had initially been told all the beaches were at least a cab ride away. On a walk with ...
... was at Ponte de Vista, a great hole in the wall restaurant by the pier. I had the Mofongo (fried plantain dish typical of Puerto Rico with chicken, shrimp or beef and a garlic sauce) and Ryan had the tacos with Brazillian steak. Great dinner under $30. Back to the hotel to sit on the balcony, listen to the frogs (coqui) and watch Trixie (the house cat) try her best to swat at the incredibly huge bats that were flying around the tree in ...