Caleta 64 Apartment
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A none stop month of work in Casa Aventura, training Rupert, our English Host and not to forget running the tour company ADVENTURE. I could not even think about the trip, but I managed to leave everything set up in a good way and left in peace. Off course I was running like a mad man till last minute before departure. Actually it wasn't that bad ...
... fortunate for us! (But Laila is half convinced I have special powers.) That day we ate mofongo again at Cafe Puerto Rico, and took a ferry to tour the Bacardi rum factory, learning more than I ever cared to learn about the production of rum. And afterwards, since the bus drivers were still on strike, we walked the 6+ miles back to the Condado district, passing by some of the beautiful, iconic San Juan beaches.
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... I was an idiot last night in the window with my Mexican costume and many have pinpointed my window and wave at me as they pass if they see me. I put on a show to say the least. Clothing optional. :PThis cruise has hardly any Americans, and hardly any young people which has been a very interesting change of pace. That doesn’t put a speed bump in my pace though, which of course is full blast. I spanked at pool volleyball yesterday, meaning I lost all three games. Then ...
... set of manages driven purely by incentives such as new cars, skiing trips to France, long weekends to Ibiza and bottles of Champagne. Think of a circus animal in a T.M Lewin suit and a green Mini Cooper who is trained to do tricks in exchange for treats and a pat of the head and you get the idea. Oh, and if you were the leading agent in your division in your part of London, you got a Ferrari for the weekend. This often went to someone under 25 working out of ...
... it is roasted on site . It had an amazing smooth soft caramel chocolate undernote (oh do I sound like a conseisueer? Not really but it was fantastic) - tip from the locals have it with brown sugar! This just wasn’t a food tour, it included history and architecture of Old San Juan. We say the narrowest house in the world, San Cristobel Church (which isn’t open very often) and a mask shop (many used in carnivals). Our ...