I had a grand time in the Caribbean Islands for spring break weekend in San Juan. I stayed at the Caribee Hilton Hotel Resort. While I was there I visited the El Yunque historical rainforest, Bio Bay, and Luquille Beach.
Saturday morning I did yoga on the beach😊. Then the evening, I went to The Funky Buddha because I was familiar with the venue due to it being once located in Chicago. I listened to trap music, drank water, and scotch all night. I discovered some Spanish trap music that has made it to my playlist, from the DJ, that night. I did have plenty of media but unfortunately my phone was stolen during my stay, so I don’t have too much to show you but some pictures I was able to save.
I got to try some Puerto Rican food, Mofongo and . Mofongo is delicious 😋 you have to check it out‼️
📓 Notes for San Juan, Puerto Rico :
Trio Tour-Friday 4-14-2017
Rain ☔️ Forest 🌳: El Yunque National Park
* Trees that have lived for a 1,000 years.
* Higher elevation it’s wetter.
* 200 inches of rain fall a year
* Haven’t lost a tree species
* Tropical forestry
* Puerto Rican Parrot
* Taino (Native People)
* Spanish Crown
* Bamboo is the tallest grass on the planet.
* Became apart of the US 1898 before Alaska and Hawaii through a war. Then they took over the forest in 1903 administer by the Department of Interior.
*Hit a low in 1970 (Recovery Project)
*More than a million people visits a year.
“😊 It all started with Sun ☀️ Rock 🌏 and Water 💦. Protecting is our legacy to future generations.” (Unknown)
I visited Plaza Las Americas 4-15-2017, bought a pair of mikes and I can’t remember what else I purchased.
I caught a glimpse of a documentary showing about Sandy Ground Historical Museum on “Here and Now” on ABC.