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Puerto Rico is totally open for business. As your might already know, Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico in September 2017 and the damages were uncountable. Fortunately, we were able to overcome all the struggles that the hurricane bring when it comes to deliver to our visitors. There are many things that you can do if […]
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Puerto Rico (Rich Port in Spanish) is an unincorporated territory of the USA, and is located southeast of Miami, Florida.
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When you’ve got a city that’s over 400 years old, it’s a shame not to revisit the rich history and grandeur of its colorful past. San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, offers a generous taste of the Old World, from its cobbled streets to its impressive architecture. The overwhelming Spanish influence seen in San […]
This massive fortification “Castillo de San Felipe Del Morro” means “Castle of St. Philip of the Headland.” Named for the patron Saint of Spain’s King Philip 11. It is the oldest of two great forts that anchored the sea and landward defenses of San Juan. The second fort San Cristobal which lies just southeast of […]
We spent a day in Old San Juan, taking photos at every corner. I always remembered the vibrant colors, the deep, rich colors and the baclonies everywhere.