People are hating like crazy about Pokemon Go. I don't really understand why everyone is so upset about a simple game. For those of you who are, let me explain why Pokemon Go rocks, and if you don't understand that, you just don't get it. It all started a long time ago with a cartoon … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Pokemon Go Rocks
Beautiful north west shore beach in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. From the blog: Puerto Rico Yarari. Wildo's Shore Break @ Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
Dear Readers: It's been an intense year, both good and bad. All the electronics managed to break down or suffer "unexpected" accidents, however, the writing is flourishing, the kids are happy, and the family garden blooms. I am happy... I expect great things in 2014 for all! That said I'm starting off the New Year … Continue reading Closing 2013
Two walls and a foundation are the only thing left of the original Aguadilla Lighthouse. Designed by Enrique Gadea and built by Pedro Tolosa on the northwest corner of Puerto Rico known as Punta Borinquen, the lighthouse inaugurated on September 15th 1889. It was located near the territory of what later became Borinquen Field, a … Continue reading The Ruins @ Wilderness, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (aka: Las Ruinas, Wildo)
Piñones is a small treasure of possibilities. From natural seawater pools, surfing spots, chinchorros with traditional fried foods like alcapurrias and bacalaítos, to fishing, fruit frappes and a pretty cool and ecologically diverse bike route. All this, only minutes from San Juan. From The Baldorioty de Castro Expressway or from Ave. Isla Verde, take road … Continue reading Paseo Piñones, Scenic Bike Route @ Loíza, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is going through it's 2nd yearly Street Art Festival "Los Muros Hablan" (The Walls Speak). Here's my pictures. I will let the walls speak for themselves.
Cozy, quaint, and charming. The first thoughts that passed through my head as I walked into Il Cuoco, located at 270 Avenida Piñero in San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico. The place had been recommended and I've passed right beside it many times for as long as I can remember. It's been around for … Continue reading Il Cuoco Trattoria e Pizzeria @ San Juan, Puerto Rico
Isabela beaches are my favorite! The land is filled with natural pools, decent surf waves, and spectacular snorkeling opportunities. And to top it all off, Isabela has that laid back attitude peculiar to the Puerto Rico west and northwest coast. So I'm always looking for a decent spot to stay over there. And that decent spot, … Continue reading Villa Tropical @ Shacks, Isabela, Puerto Rico
When I was a kid, I always wanted a tree house. In fact, as an adult, I wanted to live up in the trees like the Swiss Family Robinson. I mean, come on! It’s a tree! So when I heard there was a tree house hotel in the west coast of Puerto Rico it was … Continue reading The Tropical Tree House @ Rincón Puerto Rico
1. Otorgar título de propiedad a los residentes de residenciales públicos. De esta manera tienen la responsabilidad de establecer su junta de condómines, dar mantenimiento y pagar agua y luz. Si quieren wi-fi, que lo paguen igual que todos los demás. 2. Aprobar ley que limite la construcción en áreas rurales y suburbanas hasta que … Continue reading 7 Ideas para arreglar a Puerto Rico (Take 1)