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Lay Paylas, a Natural Rock Slide in Puerto Rico

Las Paylas is a natural rock slide in Luquillo, northeastern Puerto Rico. Over many years the rivers have smoothened the rocks, turning them into a natural playground complete with slides and pools.  15 more words


The breaking point is near... the breaking point is here.

José Andrés, another famous chef, went to Puerto Rico immediately after Hurricane Maria, to help figure out how to feed the people. Instead of figuring it out, he and his associates found themselves simply doing it, from the moment they landed. 1,059 more words

Current Events

Another Day Same Numbers

The AEE reports 99.62% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 268 days since Maria made landfall and 281 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. 6 more words

Puerto Rico, Mi Alma

La Mallorquina - Pirate booty, Teddy Roosevelt and Puerto Rico's first restaurant

300 year old mirrors stolen by pirates, a scene of Spanish resistance during the Spanish-American war, a Wikipedia mention — The world’s first “Puerto Rican restaurant” finally reopens after Maria! 558 more words

Clearing the cobwebs: Puerto Rican pan de Mallorcas

We didn’t even have anything to drink on Saturday night, but if we had, we’re pretty sure our three-step plan from Sunday morning would have had us fighting fit again in no time, so we would heartily recommend it: 706 more words


La Perla, Puerto Rico’s Most Unique Community

The community of La Perla, situated just outside of the city walls of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico, is named after the Spanish fort that once stood there. 18 more words



Tú me vas a decir…

Que después de que la abuela tuya estuvo toa’ la noche: 

Cortando esas hojas

Raspando esos plátanos

Majando esa calabaza… 39 more words