Dos Mundos Pacifico
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... the cultural side to Old San Juan, such as the forts that enclose the city and the cathedral in the centre and of course we visited Barrachinos restaurant for lunch one day and enjoyed possibly the best pina colada ever! (hardly surprising as they invented the drink!) We also spent time on the beaches nearby, where we too drunk pina coladas all day and had great fun ...
... take us to Castillo San Felipe del Morro (El Morro). That is one of several forts in and around San Juan. This particular fort is on the most northwestern part of land that begins to form San Juan bay. That also happens to be the most northwestern part of the walled Old San Juan.
From where the taxi dropped us off it was about one-third of a mile to the entrance of the fort. It was very windy that morning. ...
... was the beach, baby, and it was time to throw on our birthday suits (just kidding) and relax in the hammocks with our favorite drink of choice (I'll take the Brahva beer for $1.20, por favor y gracias!!). So there you have it...that pretty much sums up our entire weekend. Yes, we were one of those all-inclusive tourists here. We ate, drank, swam, relaxed, studied, and slept all in one spot! For the record, the rest of Monte Rico ...
... They’re obviously made to appeal to a hip-hop audience (I have no idea who Dr Dre is, I assume he’s rapper or something) but they have very good audio quality and a flat red cable that doesn’t get tangled, in a lovely matt rubber texture. At $159 they were a bit of a splurge – it takes a lot of persuading to make me pay for expensive stuff – but so far I’m quite pleased with them. They have isolating buds so they cut ...
... turns, the almost lack of road, panoramic it was, views second to none, the real Puerto Rico away from the tourist beaches, however, difficult for Alan to look at anything but the road. So we left the road, headed for San Juan and one night before the next flight to Antigua.
So how would I describe Puerto Rico, it’s hard to put into a box, the beaches are lovely, the people you meet are friendly, ...