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Why You Should Stay in Rio Grande When Visiting Puerto Rico

Why You Should Stay in Rio Grande When Visiting Puerto Rico

Although Puerto Rico is a relatively small island in the Caribbean, just over 3,500 square miles in size, few roads and notorious traffic can make traveling inside the island frustratingly time consuming. Visitors to Puerto Rico have spent precious vacation time in a...

Should You Rent a Car When Visiting Puerto Rico?

Should You Rent a Car When Visiting Puerto Rico?

Like other countries in the region, driving in Puerto Rico can be both exciting and frustrating. Whenever driving outside of the United States I am sure to be extra cautious driving at least until I get a “feel” for driving style of the locals. This time in Puerto...

Food and Puerto Rico’s Culinary Influences

Food and Puerto Rico’s Culinary Influences

History Puerto Rico has a history and reputation for their culinary offerings. Many of the traditions and cooking practices present today in Puerto Rico can be traced back to Europe (primarily Spain), Africa, and the Taíno natives. Towards the end of the 1800’s, the...

Taking the Ferry to Flamenco Beach

Taking the Ferry to Flamenco Beach

Update: Beginning in November 2018 the passenger and cargo ferries to Culebra and Vieques now operate from the new Ceiba port instead of the old port in Fajardo. You can read more about it here:...

Visiting El Yunque Rainforest; Guided vs. Unguided Tours

Visiting El Yunque Rainforest; Guided vs. Unguided Tours

This was the first time since Kathleen and I were very young that we visit El Yunque, breathe in the beauty, and take on the trails. We were both very excited to reconnect with our past memories while simultaneously creating new ones. We were staying at one of...