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  • Horse and Egret Horse and Egret

    • From: gdcall
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      This is a photo of one of the many "wild" horses on Vieques Island Puerto Rico. Several of the horses had egrets hanging out with them.
    • 2 weeks ago
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  • El Yunque Rainforest El Yunque Rainforest

    • From: gdcall
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      El Yunque Rainforest in Puerto Rico. What a beautiful place.
    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Window View Window View

    • From: gdcall
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      This a window view of the El Yunque Rainforest in Puerto Rico. The view is from a tower window.
    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Doorway Doorway

    • From: gdcall
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      One of the many beautiful doorways in Old Town Puerto Rico.
    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Iguana Iguana

    • From: gdcall
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      One of the many iguana's that live at El Morro Fort in Puerto Rico.
    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Wild Horses Wild Horses

    • From: gdcall
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      Some of the wild horses on Vieques Island Puerto Rico.
    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Mary Magdalen Cemetery Mary Magdalen Cemetery

    • From: jorgeq
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      The cemetery is located between El Morro and the rocky cliffs above the Atlantic is considered one of the most picturesque of burial grounds anywhere. The cemetery is particularly noteworthy for its elaborate tombstones and the circular neoclassical chapel dedicated to Mary Magdalen. The most notable piece is a circular, red-domed chapel, which dates back to the late 19th century.

    • 11 months ago
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  • Fort El Morro Fort El Morro

    • From: jorgeq
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      First time visitors to Old San Juan cannot leave without visiting El Morro. It's one of Puerto Rico's most enduring symbols but in all honestly, once you've explored and wandered throughout it's interior once, I recommend to bypass the opportunity to do it again on your next visit and instead tour the outside grassy mounds at sundown.

      The castle is beautifully crafted and backed up with some amazing history and while the landmark hasn't changed a bit since my last visit, I at least wanted to walkaway with an unconventional perspective of this prominent setting.

    • 11 months ago
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  • Vacation Itinerary - Puerto R Vacation Itinerary - Puerto Rico

    • From: travowl
    • Description:

       

      Dear Diary,

       

      The awesomeness that is 'US' :P

      EEEEEEEEE!! I am super excited!! Our trip to Puerto Rico gets closer and closer every day. Just three more weeks and I am off to a week of sun, sand and hopefully bikinis (still working on that.) The fact the DJ cooks fucking amazing food doesn’t help me in losing weight in any way. Anyways, this will be an epic trip. We are going snorkeling, scuba-diving, zip lining and to top it off, we are camping out on the beach. Imaging waking up listening to the waves hitting the shores in the morning with the cool wind making whoosh whoosh noises.. Ahhhhh..blisss..Ohh that reminds me..I need to pack my yoga mat. Looking forward to do some beach yoga.

       

      I had to time this trip very precisely. With my PTO of 4 days and a national holiday (Good Friday) this will be a 9 day long trip. Also to maximize our stay there, I booked tickets late evening Friday and late morning Sunday. So here is the itinerary:

       

      Friday 22nd March – Flight out of San Antonio at 7pm and will reach San Juan at 5 am the next morning.

       

      Saturday 23rd March – Land at San Juan and pick up rental car and drive to Luquillo Beach to set up camp. Our goal for this day is to just relax and do some snorkeling. Based on my online research Luquillo Beach is apparently a very good beach to snorkel since the water isn’t too rough.

       

      Sunday 24th March – Visit El Yunque rain forest and Zip line. Explore the forest as much as we can. Take some awesome pics and Zip Line through the trees.

       

      Monday 25th March – Take the ferry from Fajardo to Culebra beach and go scuba diving at Flamenco Beach. The company that comes highly recommended is Culebra Divers. Spend the day scuba diving and at the beach and head back to town to eat lunch at Barbara- Rosa’s. In the evening take ferry back to Fajardo and drive back to Luquillo Beach.

       

      Tuesday 26th March – Pack up camp and leave for Ponce. Spend the day there and drive to Lajas in the afternoon and at night drive and set up camp at Anasco.

       

      Wednesday 27th March – Drive to Cumuy Cave and take the tour and in the afternoon take the trip to Arecibo.

       

      Thursday 28th March – Pack up camp at Anasco and drive back to San Juan. Explore San Juan and check into hotel (Yes, we did take 2 nights hotel since we wanted to wine and dine for the actual day of our anniversary)


      FRIDAY 29TH MARCH – ANNIVERSARY DAY!! Spend time together J

       

      Saturday 30th March – Check out of hotel and drive to Fajardo. Explore Fajardo during the day and take the bio bay kayak trip in the evening. Return to San Juan airport at night and drop off the car and take flight back to San Antonio L

       

      Sunday 31st March – Flight back to San Antonio.

       

       



      Yes, I know I skipped the the mountains in this trip but we still have 3 more weeks to plan this out. Maybe we will squeeze it in somehow, but as of now here is the plan. And with flight, hotel, car and our expenses, this trip shouldn't cross our budget of $3000. Lets see if we can make it :)


      Safe travels!!


      M 

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    • 1 year ago
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  • Puerto Rico!! Puerto Rico!!

    • From: MaryJarvis
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      Puerto Rico is a great place to visit!! I went there a few years back with a friend and we drove around the whole island. Rincon was one of my favorite places to stay. The views along the way was gorgeous and the beaches were fantastic for soaking up the sun. Even though I was so far from home it was awesome using our money and even seeing the United States Post Office. My second trip to Puerto Rico was when I went on a cruise. I wanted my daughter to see the sights so we arrived earlier. Vieques Island was one distination for her to see. The Bioluminest Waters are so worth seeing. I would go back there again. I even thought about moving there but it's such a long trip to come back and see my family and it's a spendy flight. If you haven't visited Puerto Rico, do it!!!

    • 2 years ago
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  • Pool View Pool View

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      The fresh water pool at the Conrad Hotel in Puerto Rico which provides a view of the lagoon & city in a quiet relaxing setting.  We were lucky to enjoy a day of sunshine with the clouds staying inland  to create some nice contrast for this picture.     

    • 2 years ago
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  • Great Lines Great Lines

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Lounge area at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Pureto Rico.  The actual layout appeals to the eye for color, contrast and flow.  Just have to arrive early before all the guests who also enjoy the beautiful setting. 

    • 2 years ago
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  • Just Relax Just Relax

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Picture taken at the beautiful Conrad Hotel in San Juan Puerto Rico.  Early morning lets you pick out the perfect place on the property to just relax.  Take advantage of the weather & ocean waves to have a calming effect to start the day. 

    • 2 years ago
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  • Arecibo, Puerto Rico Arecibo, Puerto Rico

    • From: Paul parrothead
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      Visiting the World's Larget Satellite Dish. Huge....1,000 feet across. It was used in a couple of movies. Both Golden Eye and Contact.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Old San Juan Street Old San Juan Street

    • From: Paul parrothead
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      On Puerto Rico with my wife. Looking towards the cruise ship port. Great city and fun to stroll through.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Looking to La Perla Looking to La Perla

    • From: islandhopper808
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      La Perla is a slum neighborhood outside of the northern historic city wall of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, stretching about 600 meters along the rocky Atlantic coast immediately east of the Santa Maria Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery and down the slope from (north of) Calle Norzagaray.

    • 2 years ago
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  • El Morro El Morro

    • From: islandhopper808
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      The first English inscription at El Morro, carved into the rock by Lt. J. H. Simpson and R. H. Kern in 1849, has a spelling error: "inscriptions" was spelled "insciptions" with the "r" inserted afterwards.

    • 2 years ago
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  • La Coca Falls, El Yunque Natio La Coca Falls, El Yunque National Park

    • From: islandhopper808
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      The true sub tropical 'Rain forest' occupies very little area in Puerto Rico, only a single, crescent shaped, band on the windward side of the El Yunque mountains. It lies wholly within the El Yunque National Forest Reserve. This life zone is characterized by an annual total of 3,400 mm of rain. Its' main features are the Sierra Palms and a superabundance of epiphytes."

    • 2 years ago
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  • Old San Juan Puerto Rico Old San Juan Puerto Rico

    • From: dlj668
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      Lots of fun, colorful vehicles in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was worth risking my life by standing in the middle of the busy streets to get just the shot I wanted.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Old San Juan Puerto Rico Old San Juan Puerto Rico

    • From: dlj668
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      Lots of fun, colorful vehicles in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was worth risking my life by standing in the middle of the busy streets to get just the shot I wanted.

    • 2 years ago
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