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SEAdaroma is the perfect spot for sunset gazing... A note on our neighbor docks... sometimes storms take them out. They always rebuild, but their docks may or may not be in during your visit.
Mojito..... rum, mint and lime. Very refreshing
Hamaca was described in the summer 2019 Tourism Guide and we went. Very rustic! A tad scarey even
There is a for $1 fee to tour the sun flower farm. Pretty cool. Very simple.
We have two bicycles that we give you access to when you book your lodging through this website. (Along with Kayaks, SUP Boards and snorkel equipment)
Here you will find our Kayaks, SUP Boards, Bicycles, Snorkel gear & Boogie boards. Enjoy... our compliments when you book your lodging through this website.
Just the nicest find! Good food, superb Caribbean views and look at that beach! Marvelous.
A riot of color. So Caribbean!
A strange little hike to a rusted out swinging bridge. Very rustic.
Just a block or two from Seadaroma and a great place to people watch. Often a live band.
Superb vegan pizza! Fabulous food can be found here!
Most tropical indeed! Fun stop, good snorkeling and they bring you lunch on the ferry too!
At the forts
High in the mountains, a perfect stopping point on our way to Jobos Beach from Salinas. This is Hacienda Tres Angels. We also like Sandra Farms.
A very nice soft blue/green stone with some serious good attributes.
A fun paddle around looking at all the different boats in the area.
The original blue brick road inlay is reflective and a great back drop to the unique lighting.
Find the chocolate bar in Old San Juan. It's worth a stop.
Perfect for cooling on hot days!
Just waiting for us to photograph them, then they moved on.
Beautiful in it's contrast to it's surroundings
Beautiful colors abound
We don't always know what every thing is, but that didn't stop us from buying a few mystery fruits. We weren't impressed with these prickly things but enjoyed the oral adventure
Almost back from our 3 mile route with mid paddle swim.
This is the oddest street with cats lounging about everywhere. A donation box can be found midway in a door.
A must stop! This is the home and gardens of Ponce de Leon, who never lived here, but his wife and kids did.
A beautiful place to sit for a minute, pose if you must. See if you can find the archaeological find... possibly one of three tunnels with a cannon in the bottom.
These chairs made me cat like mimicking their theme.
This tropical oasis is a mere 3 mile paddle from our house on the sea. We loaded up for the day with sandwiches, energy bars, water, snorkel gear and our yoga mats... another "don't miss!"
I can't get enough of the local paddling. We saw dolphins, manatees, nurse sharks, sting rays, star fish and oodles more! Each find a thrill!
Sleeping? We didn't really want to know.
That beautiful bright white sand.
Famous for nearly perfect conditions for growing delicious coffee. We just can't get enough of the small farms blends.
There is great beauty in the architecture, the colors, the decoration. It's a great city to get lost in.
Just a beautiful window in an old ruin.
Closed, do not cross. We hope it opens again. When we were there, April 2018, no power yet. The places that were open were running on generators.
Right in front of the house a little SUP yoga to get us loosened up for the day.
Sandra Farms! Our favorite coffee plantation tour high in the mountains. Great coffee, setting and people. We just can't get enough of this stuff.
Full of interesting experiences. For $5 you can pose with Parrots!
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