Villa Tropical Oceanfront Apartments on Shacks Beach
Travel Blogs from Isabela
At 0130 hours during David’s watch to Puerto Rico, a black helicopter flew above our boat and we received a call on our VHF. It was the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for US/Puerto Rico requesting information on our last port of call and our intended destination. Satisfied with our response, they took off in to the night. We arrive at Aguadillla Bay Puerto Rico at dusk when we were visited ...
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
... did. The boys joined in with me and kept the glass in their pockets. We collected so much! When I got home I filled up a mason jar with it all!
After we got back from collecting glass and shells, I was very hungry so I ventured off on my own to find a restaurant on the beach. I had a few drinks and ordered some healthy sloppy joes (they were served on lettuce instead of bread. actually very tastey!) and headed back to the group.
... where they want to go very and drive likewise. So after around 4 hours of searching we succumbed to Burger King in desperation but great relief!
We finished out the day playing surf-side at the Lemontree~swimming, boogie-boarding, and building sandcastles until sunset. We wathced the pelicans in a feeding frenzy as schools of sardine swam all around us. It was a nice finale to a challenging but very eye-opening day in the PR sunshine! ...
... board having a great time riding the waves in over and over again. We hope to come back here for a picnic one day next week.
Back up the road enjoying the country side. We stop at a roadside restaurant for lunch. It isn't busy and as we wait we realize it is a horse ranch to come for group horse rides, they also have a circular thing to take little kids just around and around. Lunch was good, all deep fried, I took the batter off of ...