I’m biased when I say this because I was born there, but there is no better place to eat than San Juan, Puerto Rico. The portions are generous, the food savory and doused with garlic, and the ingredients a mix of Taino culture, African influences and Spanish cuisine. Simply put, if you’re looking for a foodie’s escape, you’ve found it. Navigating the menu can be difficult for non-Spanish speakers or first-time visitors to the island,…

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Cueva Ventana is one of over 2,000 caves in Puerto Rico. Surprisingly, many are still undiscovered. Roughly translated, “cueva ventana” means window cave, aptly named for it’s famous natural window, overlooking the Puerto Rican countryside. RELATED POST: VISIT LA CUEVA DEL INDIO IN PUERTO RICO What is Cueva Ventana? Cueva Ventana lies atop a limestone cliff and is filled with stalagmites and stalactites. The stalagmites reach upwards, such that they mite be a stalactite one day.…

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La Cueva del Indio is one of over 2,000 caves on the island of Puerto Rico, and arguably the most famous. You may recognize the idyllic setting from movies like The Goonies and Pirates of the Carribbean. Perched on a strip of beach in Arecibo, you can pair this site with a visit to the Arecibo Observatory for the perfect day trip, exploring Puerto Rico’s varied photography, from beaches to jungles. Taino Indians The caves are made of natural…

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The Arecibo Observatory is one of Puerto Rico’s little-known cultural highlights, tucked away in the mountains, far from beach-goers and cruise ships. James Bond fans will immediately recognize the location from the Golden Eye film, when Pierce Brosnan kills a defected agent and becomes 007 for the first time. Those unfamiliar with the action series will still get a kick out of visiting this place, home to the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope and one…

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