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The reason we call Adjuntas and Aibonito the Switzerland of the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is because they have the lowest temperatures recorded in our island all year long
Tuesday September 9 2008 17:43:32 - Caguas

James Jung
Great travel website! I found your page via Yahoo and I'm so glad that I took the time to read your entries. I just spent 3 weeks in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana and your web pages on Africa definitely helped me! Thanks again for sharing your travel experience!
Friday August 29 2008 23:11:38 - California

J Leslie
Loved your photos. We're in the very early planning stages for a family trip to Yellowstone/Tetons in 2009. Thanks for sharing!
Wednesday August 13 2008 10:48:56 - SC

Tom and Jana
(Tom and Jana)s rule! Thanks for visiting our site. your travels look amazing!
Monday August 4 2008 12:25:38 - Waukee, Iowa

Gary Babbitt
Thanks for posting such wonderful images and comments. I am an habitual visitor to Glacier National Park and Yellowstone is becoming that for me. Your comment regarding how easy it is to loose civilization by simply walking 100 yds. off the beaten path was exactly my thought after having done it the first time. I am leaving for Glacier and Yellowstone on 8/16/08 for my eleventh trip and taking my 84 year old mother with me. Thanks again
Saturday August 2 2008 15:40:15 - Rockford, IL

I really enjoyed your trip journal and pics to Southern Africa. Hope you visit again one day, and do the Garden Route also. Think you'll like it. Cheers.
Thursday July 31 2008 18:23:05 - Pretoria, SA

the shoeshine boy
the things that you write about Perú and people sucks! you are the pest!
Thursday July 10 2008 00:01:25 - Perú

Webmaster comments   Shouldn't you be in school right now?

Swamp Dwellers
Beautiful there were all sorts of animals at night, lions, Hyena, hippo, baboon and more. the ablutions wernt that great butwho cares we just grabbed a bucke of water and had a bath. it is a beautiful place ps go in groups and the hyenes are HUGE
Saturday June 21 2008 01:36:59 - South Africa

Webmaster comments   I agree, a self-driving trip in southern Africa is one of the most amazing things anyone can do, but we were a bit foolish to go it alone. Bring another couple or go in a group so you can look out for each other!

Great info on Ruta Panoramica. My family and I are headed to PR in August. We plan to drive from Fajardo (east coast) to Rincon (west coast) along the Ruta. I've seen everything from 2 days to 4 to spend driving. We are getting back from Vieques on Friday morning, planning on driving up to Yunque, leaving and driving to about Caguas to spend the night, then on to Rincon where we have a reservation on Saturday night. I hope to drive from Caguas to Rincon on Saturday. Do you think it's doable and also getting to see a lot of the sights? If not, I'm thinking of driving to Ponce on the faster roads, then heading up to the Ruta halfway across the island. Of everything I've found online about the Ruta, yours was the most helpful!
Thursday May 29 2008 16:48:43 - Northern VA

Mario Enrique Torres Moreno
Greetings, I loved your journal about Puerto Rico and I envy what you two are doing. Altought I have an observation to place. I have traveled a lot, mostly job related. I have been in most of the caribbean island, and a lot of us cites and what I enjoyed most is eating. In Puerto Rico you just ate junk food, and there are a lot of places to have a decent food in every place you visited. You can have arroz con habichuelas with any kind of meat in any fonda for lunch for and average price of $3.00. And some other more expensinve good restaurants. That is what I enjoy more when I travel, try their local food.
Friday April 18 2008 19:32:53 - Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Webmaster comments   Thanks, Mario. We've been called out a hundred times for not eating the local food in P.R. We promise to make seeking out local specialties a priority on our next trip to Puerto Rico.

Best wishes to you and your life on your little piece of paradise!

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