Month: May 2017

Shallow diving with Joan Jett in the Caribbean Ocean

Getting to the dive resort location in eastern Puerto Rico couldn’t have been easier. I’ve bragged about San Juan’s Caribe Hilton all week, so why stop now? From the lobby, we were able to easily secure a rental… Read More

The culinary scene of Lote23 in Puerto Rico

I can brag about the traditional brick-and-mortar restaurants and charming coffeehouses we enjoyed in Puerto Rico this week, but why bury the lead? Mofongo might be magic to some but it’s just hype to me. Instead, the very… Read More

Getting dirty & clean in the rainforests of Puerto Rico

      With nearly 7000 acres of lush growth scattered across Puerto Rico, it can be a real challenge pinning down a hiking option. From rain forests to cloud forests to mangrove forests, the biome diversity is vast…. Read More

San Juan: a long history before the U.S. came along

The income generated from tourism is especially vital to the local economy of island nations in the Caribbean. The US territory of Puerto Rico is no exception. I’ve been here for only 2 days and I’m already asking… Read More

The Caribe Hilton lets guests of all kinds enjoy the amenities

Here’s a first: a Four Diamond hotel that’s plush, posh and swanky… and likes to keep it real! Arriving in San Juan, Puerto Rico earlier today, I was hit with an iguana* scurrying under my hammock. Then, a… Read More

Waves of history at Sodus Point Lighthouse

What luck! The Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum just opened for the season when we stopped to visit. The rain held off long enough over Lake Ontario for me to drone the historical lighthouse and grounds. Many thanks to… Read More