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... 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.
... 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
... it to the plantation before it would be closed. What we managed to still do though, is buy some of the famous ice cream in Lares: this shop has (next to the normal flavours) weird and wonderful taste bud experiences like plantane, rice & beans, maize, and pumpkin flavour! And it tasted great!
We also did a dinner stop over in another city, called ...
... the regions bays, lagoon and estuaries
throughout the year. The big Tarpon are present, presumably to take advantage of
the warmer waters and plentiful forage.
I had the good fortune to call
the flats and bays my office for work . Cabo Rojo is a magnificent area
to cast a streamer in front of hungry tarpon. I was presented with the options
of casting to schools of feeding fish over vast shallow flats, working amongst
entangled mangroves to ...
We had a very productive day at CapCana Marina yesterday. Pete has successfully fixed and reassembled the depth sounder and ensured that all of the other instruments are in full working order. We refilled diesel and water and performed a few cosmetic polishing projects on the decks of Hejira. I cleaned the refrigerator out again, attempting to air out that funk that seems to never leave. Caleb and Pete readjusted the steering, which has started to feel a bit shaky, and Caleb and ...