Puerto Rico

Monday Travel Quote: My Own Decisions


Entered in a Photo Competition

Emily Luxton, a blogger I have followed for some time now, posted this month about a travel photo competition she  is judging. And while I am admittedly not a photographer, I have seen a fair deal of interesting things and… Continue Reading →

Weekly Travel Theme: Walls

Coming from North America, city walls are not a concept I think of much in the context of modern settlements.  The only city in modern North America with has a standing city gate anymore is Quebec City, a locale I… Continue Reading →

Weekly Travel Theme: Bright

One thing you have to hand to the Caribbean is that they do not shy away from their bright colours.  Coming from northern North America, where the norm of buildings is black, grey, blue and brown, this comes as an… Continue Reading →

Life at Sea; Culebra to Massachusetts Aboard the Wanderbird

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Andre Gide Life at sea.  Like me, I’m sure everyone has his or her own romanticized notions of it.  Maybe it’s the adventure… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Culebra, Puerto Rico

“All we need, really, is a change from a near frigid to a tropical attitude of mind.” -Marjory Stoneman Douglas I set the alarm for 9 and finally got up around 9:30.  The sunburn on my legs and the soreness… Continue Reading →

A Bar and a Beach, the Condado Experience

A few of us from the hostel were planning on hitting up a couple nearby bars that night, and once we had a couple beers at El Corozal, a guy that came in that day from New York was really… Continue Reading →

The Decaying Beach Resort: Isla Verde

The next morning, I was determined to see the entirety of the city.  This time hopping the eastbound T-5, I was on the route that Robert had recommended for a grand tour of the city toward Isla Verde.  I rode… Continue Reading →

My Accidental Trip to Old Town, San Juan

Richard, the live-in staff member I had checked in with the night before had recommended that the best way to see the whole of the city was to take the T-5 bus, which was supposed to loop through Isla Verde… Continue Reading →

An Introduction to Hostels

To promote the education of all . . .  by encouraging in them a greater knowledge, love and care of the countryside and an appreciation of the  . . . cultural values of towns and cities in all parts of… Continue Reading →

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