Villa Cofresi Hotel
Travel Blogs from Rincon
After a nice american breakfast we took the free trolley to the fort Castillo San Felipe del Morro. It is an impressive fort that was built in... ehm, a long time ago.We walked around on the different levels, climbed quite a few stairs and enjoyed the view, at least those of us who were tall enough to look over the wall. (See picture of Sheila …
... serif; line-height: normal;">pretty shotty for once. But, as the name rainforest already indicates:
this may well be to be expected. The forest and its many waterfalls
were an ultra-green sight and well worth the driving time.
Day 3: the coffee plantation thing had been postponed to this day, but
we still wanted to check out Cabo Rojo on the way there. Once again,
everything took thrice as long as anticipated and so we had to sadly
... sea urchins then the first one. I really wanted to go exploring farther so Brett Cameron and I walked down to one side of the beach for about a mile. We found a spot where people were collecting things in the shore with these cool scoopers. We went over to see what it was they were collecting and there was so much sea glass! I immediately started to collect them myself, but I was jealous that I didnt have one of those handy scoopers the ...
... had been told that there would be live music in the evening and told what time we should return to hear it. There was only one other couple in this nice outdoor courtyard and only one waitress it seemed when we arrived for dinner. No one ever arrived to play music and our meals were disappointing. We paid the ...