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S: Puerto Rico 2011

FC: Puerto Rico 2011

1: This is the start to a long day of travel. All well worth it when we reach our destination..... PUERTO RICO!!!!

2: Views from the roof top terrace. | Simply Beautiful.

3: Fun at the pool while the adults play dominoes.

4: Playa Buye

6: Gabriela posing on the beach.

8: Cayo Caracoles A mangrove key right off the coast of La Parguera.

9: Cousins Ernesto and Gabriel joined us for some snorkeling. Fun times. | Enrique's first time snorkeling!

10: Boqueron | The coolest little mojito bar.

11: Playing some tunes. | Things that made us laugh. | Tired Grandpa | El kiosko de La Abuela | My silly girl in the lobster pot. | HUGE Avocados

12: LOBSTER NIGHT | Caught early that morning by divers in La Parguera. The freshest, best tasting lobster ever.

14: Familia | Raul & Enrique | Abuela Ivette & Lulo | Sassy

15: A visit with Abuela Gladys. | Lots of family time boating, swimming, and playing dominoes.

16: San German This is the town that grandma Nylka grew up in. Lots of family history here.

17: Santa Domingo de Porta Coeli

18: After visiting Porta Coeli we took a walk down the street. Manuel and the kids found a Geocache Treasure. The smallest treasure that they have ever found.

19: Waiting for the ferry to take us to Guilligan's Island.

21: Cayo Aurora aka Guilligan's Island

23: San Juan

24: Parque de las Palomas | Harbor

26: El Morro | Castillo de San Felipe del Morro Declared a World Heritage elite by the United Nations in 1933. El Morro is Puerto Rico's best known fortress. Spanish troops fortified this 'morro'. which means 'promontory', to keep seaborne enemies out of San Juan. Today this dramatic castle welcomes multitudes of arriving cruise ships and aircraft to the bussiest port in the Caribbean. Over two million visitors a year explore theme windswept ramparts and pageways, where the history of 400 years of Spain in Puerto Rico comes alive.

29: Secret passageways. | Not sure where this pose came from. | Enrique standing where the large cannons used to stand.

30: Bodegas Andreu Sole

31: A fun night of great music, wine, friends & family.

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