The western coastal valley region of Puerto Rico is home to the charming seaside city of Aguada. Officially founded in 1526, it has great historical significance as port for ships traveling from South America to Spain. Many rivers, including the Río Cañas, Río Culebra, Río Culebrinas, Río Grande, Río Guayabo, and Río Ingenio flow through […]
In Puerto Rico, every Pueblo has a town center. There is a Catholic Church, an open Square and usually the Mayor’s office and any government buildings. Before heading out of the West Coast, we stopped in the center of Aguada and took some photos of the church, the town square, the Mayor’s office and an […]
We stopped for dinner in a great seafood restaurant right on the coast in Aguada. Liz had Arroz con Jeyes, I had Asopao de Jeyes. They were both incredible. A short time later we caught the sunset off the West Coast.
the location we stayed at in Aguada was right on the shoreline. You could hear the waves crashing at night, so we set out to explore the shoreline right after our morning coffee. Aguada Puerto Rico is about a 2 hour drive west or San Juan on the Northern end of the West Coast. You […]