Villa Tropical Oceanfront Apartments on Shacks Beach
Travel Blogs from Isabela
... that the coffee plantation visit was not going to materialise
during the course of these holidays.
Cabo Rojo was stunning, however, and on driving the
gravel Road to our off the grid couch surfing stay, I as the
... to the caves took us too long. We hadn't anticipated the
extra time needed to be calculated due to Puerto Rican time (e.g. more than an
hour's wait between getting the tickets and being taken to the caves), and Puerto Rican roads. So once we got out of the caves, we ...
Our island trip had to be postponed, so we rented a little red car for four days to discover the main island.
Driving in Puerto Rico is nothing less than a roller coaster ride. Pure adrenaline: dodging
potholes, street dogs and the occasional iguana while driving on a
... created. In one portrait he had one of them carrying a stalk of bananas, one with a cocoanut and machete, and the other a pineapple. He had a similar painting only the three kings were carrying a different Caribbean musical instrument. There were lots of leather workers, small crafts and jewelry from cocoanut shells, sea shells and mother of pearl.
We stopped for a shrimp Pincho, m..m..m.. good. We had a glass of ...
... watching them, and she said just from her front porch. She suggested we go to the wall by Surfers beach. We went by the cliff of Surfers beach, but ended up at Wilderness Beach where Len seen a spout from a whale and we saw the most perfect sunset. Incredible ending for a great day!
Feb 25 – Well, the young women were true to form at being noisy, went out at midnight and came in when the bars ...