Caleta 64 Apartment
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... student remained on deck on the port side making sure people would not come on board, and the other student ran a boat check: making sure that everything is in its place and nothing is leaking or broken or misplaced. The followed the weather check, had to determine direction and fore of wind and ocean, clouds, pressure and temperature. We the woke up the next watch to do the same while we go to ...
... towns or side roads, I could not help see the animal problems on the island. Road kill is everywhere, dogs are homeless, but most of this is the direct impact of a government here that has not done anything for its people, which makes the people have to fend for themselves, which I completely understand. I wish there was a way I can stay and help out with local rescues but I know my time is limited here. Maybe something to ...
... amp; Malcolm and start the Geocache hunt. What is Geocaching you ask? Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. The cache is usually very small and carefully hidden. Sue and Malc have their GPS devices on and so we follow them to the first set of co-ordinates. The ...
... s’s for bacalaitos (fried cod fritters), tostones (twice fried and pounded plantains), and granny’s belly (pumpkin fritter with smoked cheese). Second stop was Cuatro Sombras Café for traditional Puerto Rican coffee farmed in Puerto Rico – we had a terrific macchiato. Third stop we ate alcapurria – plantain fritter stuffed with ground beef and sofrito (mixture of onion, peppers, etc…) then we topped it with pique (hot sauce). ...
... San Juan. We walked along the waterfront first, and then along the Paseo de la Princesa, a walkway at the base of the old city walls. It was lined with trees on both sides and reminded us of Las Ramblas in Barcelona. There was a beautiful fountain at the end, and then we continued along a walkway at the base of the city walls. There were many great views of San Juan harbor and the city walls.
When we got to the San Juan Gate, we went inside the city ...