Casa Islena Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Islena Inn Rincon
An expensive hotel, but then all hotels seem over priced in Puerto Rico to me (circa $130 per night for 1 person). Service, location are excellent and the hotel is well appointed though.
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... lonesome, I couldn’t have felt better about my decision to go after coming out of the water. It really was the perfect ending to a memorable trip.
There was a neat little juice bar around that helped with the motion sickness called Carta Buena. I stopped in rather dumbfounded to see two caucasian looking girls operating the juice bar. The counter girl even had a Delta Gamma shirt on, turns out she ...
... sink, scared the **** outta me. But none of this really is a big deal cause its beautiful here, palm trees everywhere and the clearest water I have ever seen. Have been able to go surfing everyday and my skills are improving, and just the other day I got to go snorkeling for the first time, saw this cool blue looking fish that before the other day I had only seen is an ...
... my lawn chair. It is going to take a monsoon to get me out of here! Unless they are really good piņa coladas. Then it might not take much rain.
Fortunately the ...
... public transportation. Before we arrived here, everybody told us “You really need a car.” Us “Klugscheisser” as we are, having travelled through Central America, were convinced that it cannot be any worse in PR. Boy were we wrong, it can, and how! There is absolutely no way to get from one village to the next without a car. The public transportation that once existed was dismissed when everybody wanted to have their own car. It’s ...
... head back towards Aguadilla.
Before we head home we stop in to say hi to Ann, Burly, Rex and Ingrid. Ann is out raking leaves, I think this is a year-round task. Rex comes by and we tell them about our adventures. Burly has just had a shunt replaced, they hope this is the last so they can get back out on their boat sailing around the Caribbean. We ask it they had seen any whales and they tell us they have seen some the past week. We are ...