Avoiding Trouble and Surfing in Puerto Rico December 6th 2008 My wife and I traveled to Puerto Rico for five days in January of 2006. Our visit was during the "Three Kings Holiday", so the epic proportions of traffic that San Juan is famous for was unapparent. We rented a car from an off-terminal rental agency in a slightly unsafe area of San Juan. My backpack had been unintentionally soaked in fish juice during our flight, which I stored in the trunk of ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Puerto Rico Populated for centuries by aboriginal peoples, the island was claimed by the Spanish Crown in 1493 following Columbus' second voyage to the Americas. In 1898, after 400 years of colonial rule that saw the indigenous population nearly exterminated and... ... read more
In my youth, in the 1980's, I had traveled across the United States and Europe. After a trip to Jamaica in the mid-nineties, I realized the grounded nature of the Rastafarian culture and took up it's influences. I never forget that I am more fortunate than most people in this world, and I thank the highest every day for my opportunities. I have traveled throughout The United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Jamaica, Hawaii, Kenya, Peru, and Costa Rica.
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