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The Best Beach In Puerto Rico We escaped the hotel and took a catamaran tour to explore the Icacos Islands. Beautiful white sand beaches, green palm trees and crystal clear water awaited us. We can't even explain how amazing this day was. The video barely does it justice. If you are ever visiting #PuertoRico, we HIGHLY suggest a day on the catamaran with TravelerPR.com. We can't wait to go back and do the sunset ride! *********************************** SOCIAL MEDIA ------------------------------ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/DeathByVlog Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DeathByVlog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DeathByVlog Website: http://www.deathbyvlog.com ***SUBSCRIBE*** New videos every week! - http://goo.gl/NaeJhS Music: https://soundcloud.com/din-beats/freedom-happy-acoustic-guitar-hip-hop-beat-prod-by-din-beats #deathbyvlog #puertorico #icacosisland #phillyvlogger _ MY GEAR My Camera Bag - https://goo.gl/8eUOUg My Everyday Bag - https://goo.gl/KRkhTH My Small Bag - https://goo.gl/gvzoJB MY CAMERA GEAR Sony A7Sii - https://goo.gl/PK88ix Sony 70-200 G Lens - https://goo.gl/3UkfNc Sony 24-240 Lens - https://goo.gl/GWiZ4O Sony a5100 - https://goo.gl/KpvaOd Sony Wide Angle Lens - https://goo.gl/SlVeuH Canon 70D - https://goo.gl/vIqtnp Canon Wide Angle Lens - https://goo.gl/9txNYB Canon Zoom Lens - https://goo.gl/R2i3Mt Canon G7X Mark II - https://goo.gl/kOMW5B GoPro Hero 4 Session - https://goo.gl/d5Aszt MY AERIAL GEAR: DJI Mavic Pro - https://goo.gl/P0bFDJ DJI Phantom 4 - https://goo.gl/GYSYuW
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Visit Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea | Travel Guide | Travel Tips | vacation destinations
World Tube https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Travel Guide to Canary Islands http://bit.ly/1ai2qw8 Puerto Rico is located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea, east of the Dominican Republic and west of both the United States Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands. Its visitors can enjoy the island's water sport such as surfing and fishing, discover the pleasure resort and the Palmitos Park, among other tourist attractions. The protected bay of Puerto Rico is the training camp of the Spanish national sailing team as well at the home of beginner or advanced surfers and yachtsmen. It's a real water sport, fishing and diving center with a big yacht harbor and an artificially filled sand beach. The formerly barren steep rock walls are not even visible owing to the terraced hotels and apartments creeping up the mountains. The houses crowd in four or five lines between the water and the rocks. Like anywhere else on the island, building fever has grown to huge dimensions. A self generating spiral of prosperity created by tourism can be seen everywhere. More money makes it possible to build hotels and new buildings, redecorate old ones, landscape the area and build roads. This attracts even more tourists who bring even more money and sell on who knows for how long. The pleasure resort built in the valley of Torito can be used by everyone but of course, mainly the guests of the four surrounding hotels go there. Like Loro Park on Tenerife, Palmitos Park strives to show plants, palms and cactuses as well as animal species native to the islands on Gran Canaria. In the 20 acre park, which was built in Barranco de Fataga canyon near Las Palomas, mainly the botanical garden is highlighted. 45 kinds of palms and 160 kinds of cactuses can be found here. There's also an orchid park and a butterfly farm. In the huge aquarium, 150 kinds of fish species swim. The sight is made even more colorful by 1200 birds. Tags: Visit Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea,Palmitos Park in Puerto Rico,Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea,Puerto Rico Travel Attractions,puerto rico travel guide,Puerto Rico travel information,Puerto Rico travel tips,Puerto Rico Water Sport,shepherd entertainment,the canary islands travel tips,Puerto Rico in the Canary Islands,shepherdfilm,world travel Visit Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea | Travel Guide | Travel Tips | vacation destinations
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Caribbean Sea View Luxuy Home Rincon Puerto Rico
www.KatherineFigueroa.com This is a custom built luxurious home with spectacular panoramic views of the mountain ranges, valleys and Caribbean Sea. The home also features an infinity pool with pool side bar and water stools. The homes a layout made for comfort but at the same time offering wrap around balconies on all three floors from the second floor bedrooms, third floor living area and forth floor master bedroom. The home is updated and modern plus in mint condition with upscale gourmet kitchen built around quality material and bathrooms that include a Jacuzzi tub with custom sinks plus stone trimming in the master bathroom. The home has air conditioning but seldom used due to the constant Caribbean Sea breeze that flows through the entire home. The home also offers a separate 2 car garage, walk about patio area, gated community and many more extras that would please any buyer looking for a piece of paradise in the Caribbean. The location offers access to the many nearby beautiful beaches, airports, shopping areas, restaurants and places of interest.
Views: 6645 Katherine Figueroa
Camera 1: Exploring Deep-sea Habitats off Puerto Rico & the U.S. Virgin Islands
From October 30 - November 20, 2018, NOAA and partners will conduct a telepresence-enabled ocean exploration expedition on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer to collect critical baseline information on unknown and poorly understood deepwater areas surrounding Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Dives will be streamed live daily October 31 - November 19, from approximately 8:00 am to 4:30 pm ET.
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#7 Sailing the Caribbean: Puerto Rico to the US Virgin Island's
On this episode, we cruise along the south coast of Puerto Rico and eventually land at Palmas Del Mar Marina. We then spend a few days on Vieques, then Culebra before crossing over to the USVI's and St. Thomas - just in time for the end of the 2015 Virgin Island's Carnival and the fireworks show that was launched from a barge only 850 feet off our bow.
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Rincon of the Seas Gran Caribbean Hotel, Puerto Rico
Mira nuestras tarifas con descuento en http://www.hotelesentv.com/hotel/pr/rincon-p-o-box-1850.html Rincon of the Seas Gran Caribbean Hotel es un Hotel ubicado en Carretera 115 KM 12.2.
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Visit Puerto Rico, the hidden gem of the Caribbean!
Check out a promotional video made by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. For more information, visit www.seepuertorico.com
Views: 277921 Karis Masham
Puerto Rico Official Tourism Video - Caribbean Dream Traveler
Puerto Rico can be divided into five distinct regions (the northern region; the eastern region; the central region; the western region; and the southern coast), each with unique characteristics and flavors. Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States, located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea, east of the Dominican Republic and west of the Virgin Islands.Puerto Rico is an island getaway with something for everyone - stunning beaches, uncompromising luxury, adventurous outdoor activities and flavor full nightlife. Puerto Rico also boasts 23 golf courses, many championship-level, countless tennis courts, horseback-riding outfitters, deep-sea fishing opportunities, watersports of all types, and 17 spas.
Driving Through - Guánica, Puerto Rico - Caribbean Sea Front Homes
Driving Through - Guánica, Puerto Rico - Caribbean Sea Front Homes and Mary Lee by the Sea's Sirena 1 and 2 Rooms
Views: 176 Beth Frank
Top10 Recommended Hotels in Vieques, Puerto Rico, Caribbean Islands
Subscribe to the channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEkW8bQp2N-eHs5q8rsSxvg?sub_Confirmation=1&sub_confirmation=1 Top10 Recommended Hotels in Vieques, Puerto Rico, Caribbean Islands : 1. W Retreat & Spa - Vieques Island ***** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/w-retreat-spa-vieques.html?aid=911025 2. El Blok ***** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/el-blok.html?aid=911025 3. Blue Horizon Boutique Resort ***** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/inn-on-the-blue-horizon.html?aid=911025 4. Bravo Beach Hotel *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/bravo-beach.html?aid=911025 5. Lazy Hostel * http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/lazy-hostel.html?aid=911025 6. The Wave Hotel ** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/check-in-vieques.html?aid=911025 7. The Vieques Guesthouse http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/the-vieques-guesthouse.html?aid=911025 8. Flamboyan Guest House http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/flamboyan-guest-house.html?aid=911025 9. Great Escape and Breakfast Inn ** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/great-escape-and-breakfast-inn.html?aid=911025 10. Acacia Guesthouse http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/acacia-guesthouse.html?aid=911025 Houses and flats for rent in Vieques http://www.airbnb.com/c/9e5274 Look for cheap airline tickets to Vieques http://www.jetradar.com/flights/?marker=12080.Vieques Address: 1. State Road 200 Km 3.2 - HC1, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. This oceanfront resort in Vieques, Puerto Rico sits on the Caribbean, minutes from local beaches. The 5-star hotel features an outdoor pool overlooking the ocean, tennis courts and full-service spa. 2. 158 Calle Flamboyan, 00765, Puerto Rico, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Offering a restaurant, the Adults Only El Blok is located in Vieques. Free WiFi access is available throughout. The property offers free parking and a butler pantry is available on every floor. 3. Carretera 996 Km. 4.3, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. This adult-only resort is located on the island of Vieques, just off the coast of Puerto Rico. The historic building features an on-site bar and restaurant, plus an outdoor swimming pool. 4. 1 North Shore Road, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Featuring free WiFi and a year-round outdoor pool, Bravo Beach Hotel offers accommodations in Vieques, just 6 km from Bioluminescent Bay. 5. 61a Orquideas St, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico This property is a 8-minute walk from the beach. Located on the Puerto Real Malecón seafront boulevard on Vieques Island, Lazy Hostel offers a communal lounge and free Wi-Fi. The Bioluminescent Bay is just a 5-minute drive away. 6. Plinio Petterson Street 571, Isabel Ii, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Located 3.3 miles from Bioluminescent Bay in Vieques, The Wave Hotel features a restaurant and free WiFi. 7. 297 Calle Flamboyan, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Vieques Guesthouse offers pet-friendly accommodations in Vieques, just 1.9 miles from Bioluminescent Bay. Free private parking is available on site. 8. 140 Calle Flamboyan, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Flamboyan Guest House is located in the outskirts of Vieques, only 10 minutes’ drive from the city centre. The amenities offered on site include free WiFi access. 9. HC-02 Box 14501, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico This property is set on 4 acres on the island of Vieques, a 15-minute drive from its beaches. It features a swimming pool, an extensive garden and stunning views of the Caribbean Sea. 10. Calle Acacia 236, 00765 Vieques, Puerto Rico Featuring a garden and a terrace, Acacia Guesthouse is located in Vieques, 800 metres from the seafront. Free parking and free WiFi connection in all areas are available.
AMAZING Puerto Rican SEAFOOD + Island Hopping | Fajardo, Puerto Rico
On my fourth day in San Juan, Puerto Rico in partnership with the Intercontinental San Juan, I headed to Fajardo to go Island Hopping with Kayaking Puerto Rico and then we had an amazing Puerto Rican seafood feast! Subscribe & Click the Bell for 2+ Videos Per Week ► http://bit.ly/DBH-SUB Subscribe to Mariel de Viaje ► https://www.youtube.com/user/marielgalana My Film Making Kit ► https://kit.com/davidsbeenhere We started the day by driving 45 minutes east to Fajardo marina. There we met up with Kayaking Puerto Rico and headed out on a 3 hour excursion to visit Icacos Island and Palominito. We went snorkeling and bathing in the sun! Next we drove down to Las Croabas to eat lunch at Costa Mia restaurant and we ate a huge seafood feast. Seafood cocktail, seafood mofongo, volcano surf and turf and a seafood paella. To end are day we headed back to the Intercontinental San Juan and visited the club level happy hour and had some drinks! Big thanks to my friends at the Intercontinental San Juan: http://www.icsanjuan.com/ I hope you all loved this video, if you did, please give me a thumbs up, leave me a comment below and subscribe to my channel! ☆ CONTACT ☆ ► Business: [email protected] _____ BLOG ►http://davidsbeenhere.com/ _____ BOOK YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE: ►http://app.trilltravel.co/u/davidsbee... _____ FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ►https://instagram.com/davidsbeenhere + FACEBOOK ►https://www.facebook.com/davidsbeenhere1 + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/davidsbeenhere _____ SEND ME STUFF: 5858 SW 81 ST Miami, FL 33143 USA _____ P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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Sea Glass Beach - San Juan, Puerto Rico Caribbean
Tons of Sea Glass everywhere! An excellent day as the tide was quite low. www.gitanadelaplaya.com
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#6 Sailing the Caribbean: the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico
On this episode, we ride the cable car up the mountain to see Christ Redentor; we hike through the jungles of Rio Damajagua to see the 27 waterfalls, and then make the 47 hour passage to Puerto Rico. Footage taken between March 22, 2015 and April 7, 2015. Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/svcatchinrays and our blog at www.catchinrays.net
Views: 86747 s/v Catchin' Rays
Taínos BBC Spirits of the Jaguar 3of4 Hunters of the Caribbean Sea
Documental sobre la etnia Taína a la llegada de los Europeos al Nuevo Mundo. Episodio completo sobre los Taínos. Filmado en Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico: Historians believe the island nation was once ruled by about 20 Taíno "Caciques," or states, and sheltered dozens of Taíno cities. One unearthed by archaeologists boasted seven plazas and is believed to have held thousands of residents, who eventually succumbed to the Spanish soldiers and European diseases that followed Columbus's arrival in the New World in 1492. Hurricane, canoe, barbecue, hammock. The words roll comfortably off our tongues, but they were probably first spoken by voices from the past: the Taíno, the virtually forgotten people who first occupied the Caribbean islands more than 2,000 years ago. Archaeologists believe the Taíno, whose story is told in the third installment of SPIRITS OF THE JAGUAR, originally lived on the shores of northeastern South America, near present-day Venezuela. As their population grew, it became traditional for young people to be evicted from their villages and sent out into wilderness to found new settlements. Eventually, some pioneering groups built log canoes and began settling the islands that could be seen offshore to the east, low on the horizon. Over the centuries, they island-hopped their way north through the Caribbean, eventually following the crescent of islets all the way to the Florida peninsula. By the 1400s, the Taíno had forged a highly organized society divided into dozens of political divisions similar to states. Puerto Rico, for instance, is believed to have been governed by about 20 "Caciques," or states, while Hispaniola (the island which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic) was divided into five Caciques. In addition to providing defense against raiding parties from hostile islands, the nobles who led the caciques sponsored artists, shepherded the economy, and organized periodic festivals that brought Taino communities together for games and religious celebrations. The games weren't always just for fun: the Taíno version of soccer, for instance, was played with a potentially lethal solid ball made from rubber and cotton. Players wore special protective belts and pads to protect their bodies. For more than 200 years, from 1200 to the late 1400s, Taíno chiefs were lords of millions of island inhabitants. In 1492, however, they were among the first New Worlders to welcome Columbus -- and the meeting marked the beginning of the end for the Taíno. Unable to resist either the disease brought by the Europeans or their military might, the Taíno culture collapsed and virtually disappeared. For generations, it attracted little notice from historians or archaeologists. In 1492, the Taíno were among the first to welcome Columbus. In recent years, however, spectacular finds have rekindled interest in the original inhabitants of the Caribbean. In 1997, for instance, archaeologists found the remains of a major Taíno city on the eastern most part of the Dominican Republic. The discovery of the city's long-hidden ceremonial plazas and homes "is going to give us more insight into the Taíno than has ever been known before," says Indiana University archaeologist Charles Beeker. Particularly exciting is the treasure trove of artwork and everyday items found, almost perfectly preserved, in a 200-foot-deep cenote, or natural well, next to the ancient city. Everything from wooden axes and pottery to woven baskets and jewelry sits in silt at the bottom of the pool, according to divers. There is even a priceless "duho," the carved wooden throne of a Taíno chief. For perhaps 500 years, the throne has sat empty, waiting for its royal owner to return.(from:http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/spirits/html/tainobodytaino.html)
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Quantum Of The Seas Arrives In San Juan, Puerto Rico
Royal Caribbean's "Quantum Of The Seas"enters the harbor in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on April 16, 2015. At the time, she was the newest cruise ship in the Caribbean. This video gives you a good look at Quantum as she sails in to the harbor and docks in San Juan. You can clearly see the North Star observation pod sticking up over 300 feet above sea level. This video was shot from the deck of the Independence Of The Seas as the two ships passed each other in the harbor. The opening musical piece is "Choose Your Path" by Jingle Punks, from the YouTube audio library. The main musical selection is "Silver Blue Light" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) which is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 14821 Jim Zimmerlin
Puerto Rico - the beautiful Luquillo beach (2015) caribbean sea
The beautiful water of caribbean sea at Puerto Rico 2015. The beach is called Luquillo, and is located a few miles from San Juan.
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Puerto Rico's west coast. Caribbean sea. Watch the full video and enjoy it.
Just a bit of tons of videos and pictures I have from the west coast of Puerto Rico.
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Best Caribbean Cruise Destinations - San Juan / Puerto Rico [1080p]
Enjoy the beautiful impressions of San Juan / Puerto Rico...
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Caribbean Sea from La Guancha - Time Lapse
Caribbean Sea from La Guancha Ponce, Puerto Rico October 5 2018
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Puerto Rico: Treasure Hunt under the Caribbean Sun
Puerto Rico is more than tropical beaches, sun and rum. As big as Connecticut in the US the tiny state of islands offers green mountains, waterfalls, tropical rainforest, and much more. Only 3 hours southeast of Miami and 4 from New York and Boston it is in between the Caribbean Sea, Dominican Republic and North Atlantic Ocean. As a US-commonwealth that governs itself it uses the US-Dollar as official currency. You can travel in time into their strong Spanish history and re-discover pirate stories in every corner of the archipelago — and watch out for pirates like Roberto Cofresi or his ancestors. Despite being an island state, its capital and largest city, San Juan, accounts for the highest density of vehicles on the road of any country in the world - 4,300 vehicles per paved mile. It is the oldest city in this hemisphere and builds the South corner of the infamous and mysterious Bermuda Triangle. San Juan is however your best starting point into the Puerto Rican adventure and learning journey with ON BOARD, where you visit all the popular places and a dozen other ones people barely know of. You will meet locals in their home towns to make their reality be a mentor for your life, see busy San Juan in the North, relax in laid-back Ponce in the South, admire the Spanish colonial architecture in San Germán, and get to know Puerto Rico’s native people (the Taíno Indians) and learn about them in their former settlement in Bayamón. Get adventurous in the Central Mountain Range (covering sixty percent of the country) and dine fine in the rich gastronomy of Mayagüez. And when you’re heading very East, Fajardo welcomes you as the starting point to the islands of Vieques, Culebra and La Cordillera with one of Puerto Rico’s three bioluminescent bays that glow in the dark! Go back in time, into the 16th and 17th century, to pay a visit to El Morro with walls as high as cliff divers jump from or The San Juan Gate, a 6 meters-thick door that protected the city from invaders. Puerto Rican culture lives through their indigenous Taíno ancestry and strong North American, Caribbean and Spanish influence. Therefore Spanish is the language of daily life but you can get along with English relatively well. In Old San Juan, for example, you should try their traditional meal of pork, rice and beans. And taste their stew called „asopao“ or „mofongo“ that consists of seafood, meat or vegetables and mashed plantains on top. Out of the city you wanna explore the rain forest, deserts, coastal lowlands, karst area, oceans and rivers. Sadly, El Yunque is the only remaining (tropical) rain forest system in Puerto Rico and the US, with the size of approx. 16,000 soccer fields. You find thousand varieties of tropical plants like poinciana, flaming red blooms, huge kapok trees, sugarcane or fruits like pineapples, plantains or bananas. And if you’re a spelunker, there are over 200 caves to explore in the Río Camuy Cave Park, or you may wanna snorkel, dive, surf or sail along the 270 miles of white-sand beach and its beautiful coral reefs in front. Meet the Galápagos Islands of the Caribbean Sea: Mona and Monito Island. No offshore islands within the US territory offers such ecological uniqueness and biological diversity in such a small area. Explore Puerto Rico in our learning journey around the island in 2016. As a US citizen you don’t even need a passport to visit San Juan, or any other part of Puerto Rico, and you can send letters and postcards to anywhere in the US for regular domestic postal rates. And when you ask a Puerto Rican about their nationality, don’t be surprised when they answer: „I’m as Puerto Rican as a coquí“, a small tree frog being their most popular national symbol that demonstrates resilience and strength. Exactly this is what the indigenous Taíno have been showing in their history when they were close to extinction, just like the coquí. And we don’t want that to happen any time in the future. So. Grab your gear, pack your bag, apply and join us in Puerto Rico: beonboard.org/puertorico Credits (music, image, text): https://gist.github.com/Naii/6221b706a298eba31f68#file-beonboard-org-puerto-rico-2016-txt
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Returning to Puerto Rico, Moonlit Caribbean Sea
Returning to Puerto Rico by catemeran in the moonlight
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Donald Trump: Big Water, Ocean Water
Donald Trump on Puerto Rico: This is an island. Surrounded by water. Big water. Ocean water.
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10 Cryptids from the Caribbean Islands
From gigantic sharks and turtles, to the legendary and vicious Chupacabra; These are 10 Cryptids From The Caribbean Islands ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife Caribbean Monk Seal -- Chickcharney (chih-char-nee) Caribbean Crowing Snake Curious Cryptids of Christopher Columbus, Pt 1 The Beast of Cojimar (koe-hee-marr) Curious Cryptids of Christopher Columbus, Pt 2 Lusca (LOO-skuh) Mermaids Mermaids are some of the best known cryptids, normally described as humanoid creatures with a lower body resembling a fish tail. They’ve been reported in Caribbean waters many times. We found stories of the English explorer John Smith encountering the creatures in this region in the 17th century. Smith described the mermaid as having long green hair and being quite attractive. Pirates of the Caribbean like Blackbeard are said to have encountered mermaids several times when they weren’t busy looting and plundering. He considered the creatures bad luck and always steered clear of waters where they were thought to exist. Even our friend Christopher Columbus is said to have spotted mermaids in 1493 while sailing near Hispaniola. Unlike John Smith, Columbus said these creatures were uneasy on the eyes. Los Biembiens According to local legends of the Dominican Republic, the isolated mountains of Bahoruco (bow-ROO-koe) contain a group of mysterious hominids identified as Los Biembiens. They’re described as half-human/half-apelike creatures … and sightings of them date back to the 1700s after some indigenous people and an African slave escaped from the Spanish and hid out in the mountains. The theory goes that after being cut off from civilization, the escapees eventually mutated into feral beings that are about the size of child, with deformed bodies. They’re said to be agile climbers that live in the trees … at dusk they come down from the trees and sometimes hunt in groups. The creatures are aggressive, mean-tempered, and have been known to kill humans and eat them. Supposedly, they create tracks that face backwards, which disguises their movements and keeps them hidden. Locals say the creatures are real … and occasional sightings in the area are still reported. By the way, should you encounter one, experts advise that you run. Giant Scuttle Ciguapa (see-GWAH-pah) Chupacabra By now you know that ‘Chupacabra’ translates into ‘Goat Sucker’. Initial reports of this creature actually began in Puerto Rico in March of 1995, when eight sheep were found dead … Each had three puncture wounds to the chest and were completely drained of blood. Authorities initially thought the mutilations were the work of a predator like a fox. Later, a woman named Madelyne Tolentino claimed to have witnessed the monster that was responsible for the killings. She claimed it was a bipedal beast, with bulging black eyes, and stood around 4 feet tall. In November of 1995, some 30 people also claimed to see chupacabras in Canovanas (kan-OH-van-as). That same month, around 150 animals including goats, cows and horses were found dead and exsanguinated … with those same three puncture wounds on their bodies. More than 1,000 animal deaths were attributed to the Chupacabra by the end of 1995. By then, eyewitness accounts resulted in a general description of the creature: It stood up to 5 feet tall, had glowing red eyes, gray skin, fangs, and long spinal quills that might function as wings. Sounds a lot different from the descriptions nowadays. From that time on, reports of the legendary goat sucker have occurred all over the world.
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Freedom of the Seas - Ship and Room Tour! (Royal Caribbean)
Next day of the trip: https://youtu.be/Gdc_H7tXF48 Playlist of the trip: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXOatRKogdZVmSWmLLZS48ILwAUYYKPPL Check out our links: http://www.instagram.com/tmartn http://www.instagram.com/krein1ce http://www.twitter.com/tmartn http://www.twitter.com/chelseakreiner Use our link to save $40 on your first night using AirBnB! We get a $20 credit when you use it, too: http://www.airbnb.com/c/tmartin110 Send us letters/fanmail/anything! Trevor Martin // Chelsea Kreiner P.O. Box 568677 Orlando, FL 32856-8677 Thanks for watching guys! Also, thanks to Royal Caribbean for taking care of a couple of excursions while we were on the trip! #trevandchels #royalcaribbean #cruise
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San Juan, Puerto Rico Cruise Port Guide 2018: Tips and Overview
Founded in 1521 by Ponce De Leon, San Juan Puerto Rico has two cruise terminals. Our guide focuses on the terminal in Old San Juan. In addition to being the Capital of Puerto Rico and the oldest city in the US Territory, San Juan is known for its cobblestone streets, 16th century walls and fortresses, colorful architecture, expansive views of the water, and Bacardi Rum, all of which can be reached from the Old San Juan cruise terminal for little or no cost. San Felipe del Morro Fortress: https://www.nps.gov/saju/ Old San Juan Walking Tour: http://thejellybeans.net/#walkingTours San Juan Capitol: https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/prvi/pr5.htm Capitol & Playa Peña Walking Tour: http://thejellybeans.net/#walkingTours More Cruise Port Guides and Walking Tours: https://www.thejellybeans.net/ The San Juan, Puerto Rico port schedule for 2018 currently lists the following ships: Freedom Of The Seas, Carnival Fascination, Carnival Magic, Carnival Glory, MSC Seaside, Harmony Of The Seas, Allure Of The Seas, Celebrity Summit, Star Pride, Carnival Sunshine, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Breeze, Viking Sea, Norwegian Dawn, Jewel Of The Seas, Celebrity Equinox, SeaDream II, Adventure Of The Seas, Holland America Nieuw Amsterdam, Oasis Of The Seas, Silver Spirit, Anthem of the Seas, Carnival Conquest, Crystal Symphony, Norwegian Gem, Oceania Riviera, Carnival Ecstasy, Norwegian Breakaway, Silver Whisper, ms Rotterdam, Norwegian Jade, Holland America Oosterdam, Symphony Of The Seas, Carnival Vista, Independence Of The Seas, Royal Princess, Seven Seas Navigator, Norwegian Sun, Oceania Sirena, Disney Magic, Costa Deliziosa, Holland America Prinsendam, Celebrity Edge, Seven Seas Voyager, Celebrity Reflection, Holland America Koningsdam, Holland America Nieuw Statendam, and Holland America Veendam. #TheJellyBeans #CruisePortGuide
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Caribbean Sea from Ponce, Puerto Rico
Caribbean Sea from Ponce, Puerto Rico. Beach at the Ponce Hilton Costa Caribe Golf Club and Resort
Views: 309 Beth Frank
The Puerto Rico Trench with Dr. Uri ten Brink | Nautilus Live
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Serenity on the Caribbean Sea - Patillas, Puerto Rico - Caribe Playa Beach Resort
Caribbean Sea breezes, sand, and palm trees...My happy place :) Taken from the Caribe Play Beach Resort in Patillas, Puerto Rico
Views: 1527 Beth Frank
Southern Caribbean Cruise, March 2017 on Jewel of the Seas
Southern Caribbean Cruise on Jewel of the Seas, March 12th - 19th, 2017. After a few days in San Juan, Puerto Rico we were off to St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Antigua, St. Lucia, and Barbados. Video taken with a GoPro Hero 5 Black Music Credit: BenSound.com
Views: 7012 David Gooch
Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas, May 2018
We sailed on the Adventure of the Seas out of San Juan Puerto Rico to Curacao, Bonaire, Aruba, and St. Maarten
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Cruising to San Juan on Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas
We cruised to San Juan, Puerto Rico on the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. Check out our cabin on the Freedom of the Seas: https://youtu.be/rx9G8pzYxEY Maho Airport Beach! https://youtu.be/QJL2gjcfxuA www.facebook.com/MorgansVeryunOfficialTravelGuides Twitter: @MrMorganOBrien Instagram @MrMorganOBrien
Lightning Storm over the Caribbean Sea from Ponce, Puerto Rico
Lightning Storm over the Caribbean Sea from Ponce, Puerto Rico
Views: 414 Beth Frank
Hidden Beaches in Puerto Rico
VIEW MORE OF MY PUERTO RICO VIDEOS http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwyJmTpiM9JhrjShuafS38kiHm94dvODq Taken Dec. 15, 2012 Puerto Rico hidden beaches off of Rt 87 on the north-east part of the island. San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico is the oldest city on US territory (St. Augustine, Florida the oldest city in the continental). Founded in 1521 by Juan Ponce de León, who named it City of Puerto Rico ("Rich Port"). The history of San Juan begins a logn time before its official foundation, in 1493, during his second voyage, Christopher Columbus landed in Puerto Rico. He named the island "San Juan Bautista", in honor of John the Baptist. But was not until 1508, that the Spanish government appointed Juan Ponce de León as the first governor of the island. He founded the original settlement in Caparra, now known as Pueblo Viejo, behind the almost land-locked harbor just to the west of the present metropolitan area and the city quickly became Spain's most important military outpost in the Caribbean. A year later, the original settlement was relocated to a nearby coastal islet (to the site of what is now called Old San Juan) and named Puerto Rico (Rich Port). Sometime during the 1520s, confusion over the names led to a switch, the island took the name of Puerto Rico and the town became San Juan. Today, San Juan is known as "La Ciudad Amurallada" (the walled city) and is one of the biggest and best natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest European-founded city in the Americas (after Santo Domingo, which was officially founded on August 5, 1498.) Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches Puerto Rico Beaches
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VLOG: 'DAY 1' Jewel of the Seas 2018 (Royal Caribbean) port: San Juan
Part 1 of our first official vlog! Day 1 - Chicago to San Juan 3/4/18. Celebrating our 2 year anniversary onboard Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas. Join us as we fly to San Juan Puerto Rico one day before the cruise and board the ship!
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Underwater topography of the Puerto Rico trench
a small section of a 14-minutes long narrated movie. The movie describes the data collection at sea, presents 3-D fly-bys through the underwater topography of the Puerto Rico trench and discusses the scientific objectives of the mapping effort. This movie is from the Caribbean tsunami and earthquake hazards studies (http://woodshole.er.usgs.gov/project-pages/caribbean/index.html).
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Caribbean|Carnival Fascination Cruise| Puerto Rico Barbados
😘 P L E A S E • S U B S C R I B E - 💃 🕺 http://bit.ly/2B0UXdt Carnival Cruise invited us to check out their 7 day southern caribbean cruise that started in beautiful San Juan Puerto Rico. After departing San Juan we visited, St. Thomas, Barbados, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, and St. Marteen. These beautiful islands offered fantastic beaches, rugged coastlines, and endless culture. We loved waking up to a new island every day with new adventures waiting for us. Thanks for watching! You guys rock :) Please don't forget to subscribe :) Thanks! - Scott & Collette Our blog: http://www.roamaroo.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roamaroo/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roamaroo Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/roamaroo ________________________________________________________________ Main Camera: http://amzn.to/2tOCppk Vlog/Selfie Camera: http://amzn.to/2BLzuCA Drone: http://amzn.to/2sW6TZI Scott's Travel Blazer: http://bit.ly/2wGF8G4 Tripod for handheld: http://amzn.to/2fvOCdM Travel Tripod for Main Camera: http://amzn.to/2eHH5LO Main Camera Mic: http://amzn.to/2tODc9M Collette's Hat: http://amzn.to/2uBYAlR Collette's Sunglasses: http://amzn.to/2uFW5NR Collette's Jumpsuit: http://amzn.to/2u23xRC Music by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud
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Caribbean Sea from Ponce's Costa Caribe Resort Beach in Puerto Rico
Caribbean Sea from Ponce's Costa Caribe Resort Beach in Puerto Rico
Views: 93 Beth Frank
I haven't been on a horse since I was in SINGLE DIGITS lol ! Hope you guys enjoy, I focused a lot on scenery because Puerto Rico is just GORGEOUS. Hope you guys like! And definitely consider the horseback riding excursion if you ever decide to go on this cruise!!
Views: 1439 Zahria Shanti
Top10 Recommended Hotels in Rincon, Puerto Rico
Subscribe to the channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEkW8bQp2N-eHs5q8rsSxvg?sub_Confirmation=1&sub_confirmation=1 Top10 Recommended Hotels in Rincon, Puerto Rico: 1. Rincon of the Seas Gran Caribbean Hotel *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/rincon-p-o-box-1850.html?aid=911025 2. Rincon Beach Resort **** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/rincon-beach-resort.html?aid=911025 3. Casa Verde Hotel *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/casa-verde.html?aid=911025 4. Beautiful Villa at Sandy Beach, Rincon ***** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/beautiful-villa-at-sandy-beach-rincon.html?aid=911025 5. Villa Cofresi ** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/villa-cofresi.html?aid=911025 6. Lazy Parrot In *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/lazy-parrot-inn.html?aid=911025 7. Parador Villa Antonio ** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/parador-villa-antonio.html?aid=911025 8. Coconut Palms Inn http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/coconut-palms-inn.html?aid=911025 9. Dos Angeles del Mar Bed and Breakfast http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/dos-angeles-del-mar.html?aid=911025 10. Sunday Downtown @ Rincon http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/sunday-downtown-rincon.html?aid=911025 Houses and flats for rent in Rincon http://www.airbnb.com/c/9e5274 Look for cheap airline tickets to Rincon http://www.jetradar.com/flights/?marker=12080.Rincon Address: 1. Carretera 115 KM 12.2, 00602 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Just a 5-minute drive from the centre of town, Rincon offers rooms overlooking the Caribbean Sea, outdoor swimming pool or the hotel's tropical gardens. On-site dining and free internet access are available. 2. Road 115, Kilometro 5.8, 00610 Rincon, Puerto Rico On Añasco Bay, Rincon Beach Resort offers amazing Caribbean Sea views. It features a fine dining restaurant and attractive rooms with seating areas. 3. P.O Box 1102, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. This Rincón, Puerto Rico hotel is 200 m from the beach and 3 km from Punta Higuero, a famous surfing spot. An outdoor pool and complimentary continental breakfast are provided. 4. Apt. A-102 Carr. 413, Km. 5.3 Barrio Puntas, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico Located in Rincon, Beautiful Villa at Sandy Beach offers an outdoor pool. This modern property is located right on the beach and features excellent views of the Caribbean Sea. 5. Road #115 Km 12, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is a 6-minute walk from the beach. Located at Rincón Beach, Villa Cofresi features an outdoor pool, a beach bar, watersports, game room and ping-pong. Guests can enjoy free continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi access. 6. Carr. 413 Km 4.1, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is a 14-minute walk from the beach. A short drive from the beach, this family-owned and operated hotel provides a unique Caribbean experience with comfortable guest rooms and delicious dining options in Rincon, Puerto Rico. 7. Rd. 115 KM 12, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico Showcasing an outdoor pool, playground and sun terrace, Parador Villa Antonio is located in Rincon. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. 8. Estella Comunity 2734 Calle 8, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. This beach-front guest house offers a terrace with BBQ, stunning views of the ocean and free Wi-Fi throughout. It is located in the Playa Rincón Beach and 5 minutes’ drive from Rincón city centre. 9. 4320 Calle Vista del Mar, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico This property is a 8-minute walk from the beach. Just a 1-minute drive from Sandy Beach, Dos Angeles del Mar features an outdoor pool, free continental breakfast and free parking. Rooms have free Wi-Fi, kitchenette facilities and views of the coast. 10. Calle Unión 27, 00677 Rincon, Puerto Rico Situated in the heart of Rincon, this air-conditioned apartment is 30 km from Cabo Rojo. Guests benefit from a patio. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property.
Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, as seen from a cruise ship
Here's the view from a cruise ship as you sail in to one of the most interesting ports in the Caribbean: San Juan, Puerto Rico. There is so much history here! I'll show you Castillo San Felipe del Morro... otherwise known as the old fort, El Morro... give you a nice view of all the historic buildings you see as you sail in to San Juan Bay... give you a little history lesson about attacks against San Juan... and pass along a few tips for people cruising in to this port. I shot this video from the deck of Royal Caribbean's "Anthem Of The Seas" cruise ship... but, of course, the view would be pretty much the same no matter what ship you cruised in to the harbor on!
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Huge underwater construction found at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea near Puerto Rico
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Sailing To AMAZING Puerto Rico! Sailing Ocean Around Ep. 73
We set sail for the island Vieques and its super bright bioluminescence bay! And then we continue to Puerto Rico to pick up a new crew member... Support us by becoming a member of our Patreon Crew! Just click the link https://www.patreon.com/oceanaround to see what its all about. And if you want to see what were doing right now join us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/oceanaround/ Cheers! / Linn & Gustav
Views: 4027 Ocean Around
Kayaking in the Caribbean Sea, Puerto Rico - Veera Karthik
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Luxury Caribbean Sea View Home Sale Vieques Puerto Rico
http://www.coldwellbanker.com/property?action=detail&brandType=CB&propertyId=250472832 This home is located in the luxurious W Hotel & Resort development with panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and Infinity Pool. Click on link for more details:
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The Secret Lifestyle in Dorado Beach Puerto Rico
Dorado Beach Lifestyle An exquisite sanctuary tucked away on the Puerto Rico Caribbean coast, Dorado Beach Lifestyle is one of those special secluded communities where time not only stands still, it is replete with extraordinary moments. At Dorado Beach, serenity and luxury Lifestyle are intertwined as you become immersed into their indigenous surroundings – a 2,000-acre Luxury Dorado Bech Lifestyle retreat encircled by coral reefs, blue Caribbean waters and a lush tropical forest. Both new and timeless experiences answer the desire for discovery in Dorado Beach Lifestyle. Things to do: Dorado Beach Lifestyle include exhilarating water sports off the sparkling sands of East Beach to an epic round of golf with a backdrop of mountain scenery on the Sugarcane Course, this is not your ordinary island Lifestyle. Of course, relaxation abounds in the tropical gardens of Spa Botanico, the gentle waters of reef-protected West Beach and the signature bubble bed in our beachside Encanto Pool. Your family can enjoy in Dorado Beach Lifestyle time to a new level at The Watermill, our private aquatic playground. Bike, foot or golf cart along our Rockefeller nature trail. Everything that you would need and want as part of the private club lifestyle is here—fine dining options, culinary classes, golf clubhouse, world-class fitness facilities, shopping, art exhibits, cultural experiences and more in Dorado Beach Lifestyle.Dorado Beach This luxurious beach-front neighborhood features an on-site golf course, a fitness center and excellent views of the Caribbean Sea.
Top10 Recommended Hotels in Ponce, South Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Subscribe to the channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEkW8bQp2N-eHs5q8rsSxvg?sub_Confirmation=1&sub_confirmation=1 Top10 Recommended Hotels in Ponce, South Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico 1. Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort **** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/hilton-ponce-golf-casino-resort.html?aid=911025 2. Ponce Plaza Hotel & Casino **** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/ramada-ponce.html?aid=911025 3. Holiday Inn Ponce & El Tropical Casino *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/holiday-inn-ponce-tropical-casino.html?aid=911025 4. Hotel Melia Ponce *** http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/melia-ponce.html?aid=911025 5. Boutique Hotel Belgica http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/belgica.html?aid=911025 6. Howard Johnson Hotel Ponce http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/howard-johnson-ponce.html?aid=911025 7. La Cobada Beach House http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/la-cobada-beach-house.html?aid=911025 8. Copamarina Beach Resort **** (28.7 km from Ponce) http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/copamarina-beach-resort.html?aid=911025 9. Parador Villas Sotomayor ** (22 km from Ponce) http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/parador-villas-sotomayor-adjunta.html?aid=911025 10. Historic Plantation Home (29.6 km from Ponce) http://www.booking.com/hotel/pr/historic-plantation-home.html?aid=911025 Houses and flats for rent in Ponce http://www.airbnb.com/c/9e5274 Look for cheap airline tickets to Ponce http://www.jetradar.com/flights/?marker=12080.Ponce Address: 1. 1150 Caribe Avenue, PR 00716 Ponce, Puerto Rico This beachfront hotel is located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The hotel offers access to a secluded public beach, a 27-hole golf course, a casino and massage services. 2. Calle Reina Esquina Mendez Vigo & Union, 00731 Ponce, Puerto Rico Centrally located in the historic downtown of Ponce, Puerto Rico, Ponce Plaza Hotel & Casino is a 15-minute walk from the Ponce Museum of Art. It features an elegant restaurant and rooms with a 32-inch flat-screen TV. 3. 3315 Ponce By Pass , 00728-1502 Ponce, Puerto Rico This mountain-top hotel features stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and the historic city of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Hotel Inn Ponce & El Tropical Casino features an on-site, 24-hour casino. 4. Cristina Street #75, PR 00731 Ponce, Puerto Rico Set in a historic building in the heart of Ponce, Hotel Melia Ponce has an outdoor pool, a business centre and events facilities. The elegant rooms offer free WiFi. 5. 122 Villa Street, 00730 Ponce, Puerto Rico This central Ponce hotel is just 1 km from Ponce Museum of Art. It features a continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi and a business center. All rooms include a satellite TV. 6. 103 Turpo Industrial Park, 00715 Ponce, Puerto Rico In Mercedita, Ponce, this hotel features an outdoor pool and La Perla Restaurant. Traditional rooms include cable TV with HBO and La Guancha Boardwalk and Beach is 4.8 km away. 7. Highway 2 km 18.4, 00728 Ponce, Puerto Rico Located 8 km from Museo de Art de Ponce, La Cobada Beach House offers accommodations in Ponce. Free private parking is available on site. 8. Road 333 km 6.5, 00653 Guanica, Puerto Rico This hotel is a 20-acre tropical resort on a half-mile Caribbean beach. It offers two outdoor pools, an-onsite spa and rooms with ocean views. 9. 123 KM 36.6, 00601 Adjuntas, Puerto Rico Offering extensive gardens, an outdoor pool and a volleyball court, Parador Villas Sotomayor features functional villas with fully equipped kitchenettes and mountain views. The city of Ponce is 30 km away. 10. 00631 Castaner, Puerto Rico Historic Plantation Home is a vacation home located in Utuado just 29 km from Ponce. There is a sitting area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with an oven and a microwave. A TV and DVD player, as well as a CD player are provided. There is a private bathroom with a bathtub.
Royal Caribbean Seeker Spotlight: Trev + Chels | Freedom of the Seas
This is not the Caribbean you know. This is a non-stop tropical adventure that takes you from the shores of San Juan, Puerto Rico to the pink sand beaches of Barbados. In between you’ll discover the Piton Mountains in St. Lucia, dare to have a encounter with stingrays in St. John’s, and trek the rainforest mountains of St. Kitts. This is Trev and Chels in the Seeker Spotlight as they travel onboard Freedom of the Seas to the exotic side of the Caribbean. Tell us where you want to go first in the comments & subscribe for new videos every week to check out the best in travel. Music Title: Last Summer Music Artist: Ikson ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adventure ships out here: http://www.RoyalCaribbean.com Subscribe to Royal Caribbean on YouTube: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RoyalCaribbeanIntl Royal Caribbean on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalcaribbean Royal Caribbean on Twitter: http://twitter.com/royalcaribbean Royal Caribbean on Instagram: http://instagram.com/royalcaribbean

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