Hacienda Santa Isabel
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... it kind of makes me feel like I'm tent bound. Before coming to Puerto Rico, I just thought that the rainforest was just a fancy name that the local people gave to the nature that surrounds them, but it turns out that there's a reason behind it. I would love to go for a hike, but since it rains a lot, the trail is just this impenetrable ocean of mud. I guess that I will have to wait for the weather to improve a little bit. So far, I am really enjoying ...
... where they stored ammo. The rest of the old base is just a jungle with a few narrow roads running through it. At the extreme western end is Green beach where three of us did a bit of snorkeling. LeeAnne, Bob, and Maggie drove to Blue Beach in the Camp Garcia area that she and I had seen the day before and did a bit of swimming & ...
... are so overrun with the plants and trees, but venture a few feet off the path and you can see the old equipment, stills and buildings of the plantation.
It is magical and mysterious to be in these buildings that used to be occupied that are now abandoned and slowly being consumed by the nature around them, roots pushing through brick walls and vines draping over the crumbling ceilings. There is an element of spookiness, but ...
... pork, plaintain chips, and fried fish. Everything was delicious.
We drove home after what seemed like the longest day EVER. At the bar Ricardo kept telling us it was 11pm, then 11:30pm and finally close to midnight. This did not help our tiredness. When we got in the car we realized it was only 9:20pm. Wow! We certainly can't party like it's 1999 anymore.
I went to bed tired but content. I thought about Ojos Bellos and dozed ...
... line-height: normal;">Okay. That is about it for my rambling. If I knew the words I would quote a few Ricky Nelson song lyrics from rambling man. You are just going to have to google those yourself. Maybe watch a YouTube video or something. Once you finish reading this literary masterpiece of course. Can you believe I haven't had a single piņa colada all day? I had 3 last night, but none yet today. I have a lot of catching up to do.
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