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Special Report: Vieques Island is Moving On

Special Report: Vieques Island is Moving On April 21, 2014 | Hotels, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
  First sight of Vieques from the ferry. Vieques, a plantain-shaped island seven miles off the coast of mainland Puerto Rico, was the site of a U.S. Navy training ground used for bombing and gunning exercises for six decades. But since the Navy left in 2003, the small island has experienced a different...

Verde Mesa: A vegetarian’s dream come true

Verde Mesa: A vegetarian’s dream come true March 18, 2014 | What's New | Read More
Verde Mesa owners, Gabriel Hernández Febo and Loyda Rosa Figueroa, wasted no time in concocting an experience that could match their inventive cuisine. Just by glancing in from Tetuán Street in Old San Juan, this place screams old-world magic and charm. Once within its rustic walls, you know you...

A Typical Day in Old San Juan

A Typical Day in Old San Juan May 25, 2012 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
A so-called normal day in the famous city of Old San Juan is really far from ordinary. Living in this walled city gives one the chance to experience many adventures in just one day. Let’s take last Tuesday, for example. As usual, I walk out of my place in the morning always carrying the book I’m...

Puerto Rico’s Countryside

April 1, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Tired of the same touristy areas? Do you consider yourself a traveler and not a tourist? This list will keep you out of the busy concrete jungles of San Juan and take you to the heart of Puerto Rico. Hidden and dramatic ocean views, panoramic routes and mountain towns is what for sightseeing. And as...

Best Cafés in Puerto Rico

Best Cafés in Puerto Rico December 28, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Puerto Rico has had a long history of coffee making. Jíbaros, the country people, were the ones producing the coffee that was then shipped to countries all over the world. Their product became famous and today is considered one of the best. A visit to Puerto Rico would not be complete without sampling...
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