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Go Future!

I’ve been away from this blog for awhile.  I decided to get my bachelors degree and took an accelerated path to get there, which meant that all my time was dedicated to school and I had no time for travel blogs. 351 more words

El Patio de Solé

Three of us drove to El Patio de Solé on Calle Cerra in Miramar for lunch today.

As soon as we parked and walked into the restaurant, I was stunned by the place. 273 more words

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, a tale of two tempests

Tale of Two Tempests

By Elizabeth Ferszt, Copyright December 15, 2017   “Sit still, and hear the last of our sea-sorrow. . . this sea-storm . . 3,843 more words


The Transformation of Santurce, in 5 Short Films

Santurce is historically known as San Mateo de los Cangrejos, and is the most vibrant barrio in San Juan. The wooshing metro guagua and the stunning murals that pop up amidst the rubble give this part of town a unique character. 480 more words


De sol, viento y sombra

Todo brilla bajo el sol. Por suerte la brisa lo acompaña y mi cuerpo no se entrega al sopor. Por lo menos no en este momento. 681 more words

El Yunque

Céntrico un lugar para explorar y redescubrir nuestros sabores

“Nuestra comida es de aquí, pero es una fusión con sabores y técnicas que hemos descubierto en otros países” señaló Héctor Graciani co dueño del restaurante. 280 more words


I love traveling. The planning, the packing, the food, the culture, the scenery, I can’t even decide where to begin. Let me start by saying that since my trip to Las Vegas three years ago, I promised myself I’d travel to two new places every year. 777 more words