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  • Puerto RicoSo I'm finally catching up on my blog... since my computer took a crap on the ice last year, I've been trying to blog on my phone. Not fun. Now that I got a new laptop for Christmas, Posted by rhwanderlust in Rachel: Wanderlust, Travel, Adventure | Dec 26, 2018
  • The Rich Port of Puerto RicoHighlights: * Vieques and the variety of beautiful beaches * El Yunque Rainforest * Bioluminescent Bay on Vieques Lowlights: * Driving down to Palmas Del Mar (maybe we just didn’t know where to go, but felt like a waste of tim Posted by mwshimp in Shimp Search - Finding Paradise | Aug 22, 2018
  • Fiesta en la calleI had to be awake really early (3:45am) to drive to the airport and catch my flight out of Portland. The airport was actually quite busy for a Thursday morning. The flight to Atlanta is about 5 hours. The airlines Posted by pdx.traveler in Puerto Rico - a quick getaway | Jan 17, 2008
  • PR - land of the bad driversI had breakfast at the hotel then caught the bus to Old Town. It was cloudy out, but not raining. I walked along the old city walls to the fort. Explored around the fort quickly then into Old Town. Posted by pdx.traveler in Puerto Rico - a quick getaway | Jan 18, 2008
  • Bro, those waves were epicI woke up to sun! Hooray! Had my fake Fruit Loops breakfast, put on sunscreen and took off. I first stopped by Taino Divers to check on renting snorkeling gear, but the guy there said the water was murky today Posted by pdx.traveler in Puerto Rico - a quick getaway | Jan 19, 2008
  • What to do when it's cloudyNo sun today. :( Since it was cloudy, I drove south to the town of San German which is supposed to have many historic buildings. Took about 45 min to drive there. I found the old town area and Posted by pdx.traveler in Puerto Rico - a quick getaway | Jan 20, 2008
  • It rains less in the rainforest ???I woke up about 7am to get an early start for the drive back to San Juan. I wanted to try and make it to the El Yunque Rainforest for a visit before my flight. At first the drive was Posted by pdx.traveler in Puerto Rico - a quick getaway | Jan 21, 2008
  • Pirates of the Caribbean Puerto Rico, is an unincorporated territory of the United States. Its difficult to understand – its not a ‘State’ and there have been many attempts to tidy up the relationship. These efforts have made the news enough times for most Posted by Wheelspin in Bring On Another Hurrican | Dec 22, 2017
  • Jog along beachWoke up to a tropical monsoon! It is not supposed to rain here! Worse when you are paying for it. Lazy morning waiting for skies to clear. Other than checking our forward bookings and planning next 10 days we reconciled Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 12, 2012
  • Beans without gas!0800 Today's 5 mile jog takes a little over 60 minute target as the locals want to chat. Also crowd of people on the bridge from Condado to Old San Juan spot a Manatee in the bay. I miss it. Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 13, 2012
  • Blow out for dinnerToday an aerobic jog day (instead of anaerobic yesterday) 5 miles along seafront 40 minutes. Wonderful lunch made up from bits from the fridge! Some of S's wonderful veg dishes along with chicken and slow roast pork. S announced we Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 14, 2012
  • Shopping Mall and a movieAfter 4 days of return to training, today is a rest day, not planned, but sure i cant run today. We walk up Ashford Avenue to Charlie's car rental booth and pick up our Nissan Versa sowing machine. Drive without Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 15, 2012
  • Snorkelling on Culebra IslandUp at 0500 during the daily early am monsoon. Out the door by 0700 to drive to Fajardo, on the east coast of PR, the ferry terminus for ships to Culebra Island, PR's best snorkelling Island. 1.5 hour drive uneventful Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 16, 2012
  • Final day in PRUp with a start as alarm at 0700hrs ignored and at 0815hrs realisation that car needs to be returned to Charlie Rentals by 0900hrs! We take our Nissan back to the only two unfriendly folks in PR. Charlie and his Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 17, 2012
  • Walk around old San JuanWell after a vary rare drink last night we sleep in until 0800hrs. Apart from a mossie in the room and one mb telephone call quite an uneventful night. Plan was to jog for an hour along the beach, however Posted by Pdh61 in Paul and Sharan's 2012 Caribbean trip | Dec 11, 2012
  • Day 5 - Sultry San JuanI awake before Peter today and head out onto the balcony as the sun is rising over the ocean. It is around 7.30 and we are not scheduled to arrive into San Juan until about mid-day. The ocean is a Posted by Patch64 in Adventure of the Seas - Ocean Voyage 2014 | Apr 22, 2014
  • Old San JuanWe walked around a bit, tried some local rum at a place called Casa Melaza, came across a wonderful hole in the wall restaurant called Deaverdura while we were heading to el Jibarito (the restaurant we researched for having pasteles), Posted by eurovicki in Euro Vicki | Oct 26, 2016
  • Still catching up..OK, so we slept late again ... And I can't tell you how much we are luxuriating in the lack of morning schedule!  A late breakfast, and then an Uber to Old San Juan where we had another lovely meal Posted by eurovicki in Euro Vicki | Oct 27, 2016
  • To the cruise!We finished packing, checked out, and stored our bags with the concierge. We then took an Uber to a new restaurant called Cucina Abierta (open kitchen) and The food was not Puerto Rican, however it was a nice high-end type Posted by eurovicki in Euro Vicki | Oct 28, 2016
  • Lazy day!So last night we arrived in San Juan after leaving the house at 5 am ... Reached the hotel about 11pm, and after a "hearty" breakfast at LAX didn't have real food until after we checked in. (American Airlines Posted by eurovicki in Euro Vicki | Oct 25, 2016
  • I Like To Be In A-mer-i-caSo last week, the Senior VP of my company found some JetBlue flight vouchers lying around the office, and sent an email asking if anyone would like free tickets anywhere JetBlue flies, as long as they're used before the July Posted by traveljonez in Puerto Rico, Muy Rapido | May 31, 2014
  • Sun & Rain & Jungle & Beach (& a Bottle of Rum)We were up bright and early at 7am this morning, and decided to head to El Yunque National Park, the only rainforest in the US National Park System. We had intended to join a local hostel's day trip, but Posted by traveljonez in Puerto Rico, Muy Rapido | Jun 2, 2014
  • Day at SeaToday we were at sea. We all planned on sleeping in but, the sun now comes up on our side of the ship so it was pretty bright and I was awake at 6:30. I decided to run Posted by ricflack in Disney Cruise LA to Florida | Aug 29, 2008
  • Perfecto Puerto Rico!My first thought upon arriving in San Juan was "why didn't I come here sooner?" What was previously overlooked on my travel radar, is now one of my favorite destinations. San Juan is filled with beautiful beaches, lots of culture, Posted by HappyWanderer in Travel is Good For the Soul | Apr 10, 2017
  • Back to San Juan In order to eke out my last few hours on the beach we check out of the Travelling Palms early and pick up some quesitas at the bakery. It isn’t great weather at Sandy Beach tod Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Sep 3, 2016
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