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| Botes en el atardecer | La Parguera, Puerto Rico

| Botes en el atardecer | La Parguera, Puerto Rico

kayaking puerto rico...literally glows at night. gorgeous! i want to go!

Go kayaking (or canoeing) at night in the bioluminescent bay in Puerto Rico. It literally glows at night. go off the main island, if you go out of the bay it's a beach that you can only get to by kayak or swimming.

taino symbols...fun way to learn about the culture and history of Puerto Rico. #scoutabout

History Books

An introduction to the taino symbols and words of Puerto Rico. Today, the Taino’s blood is part of the Puerto Rican heritage.

Puerto Rico instruments  ~> cuatro , gûiro y maracas

Typical instruments used during Christmas. El Guiro, Las Maracas y El Cuatro

Ponce, Puerto Rico - My dad was in Puerto Rico. I would love to visit there myself someday

Ponce, Puerto Rico

Bora Bora is a true Heaven on Earth. Located about 140 miles northwest of Papeete, Bora Bora is part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an .

Donate today to help those affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico and across the Caribbean.

I don't have any money but plz donate to Maria. Puerto Rico needs help badly. Obviously trump isn't doing anything so plz donate

El Coqui is a symbol of Puerto Rico! Learn more about this beautiful country in this week's Exploring Geography post at mamasmiles.com! #homeschool #afterschool #worldculture

Exploring Geography: Puerto Rico

El Coqui is a symbol of Puerto Rico! Learn more about this beautiful country in this week's Exploring Geography post

"Quenepas" from Puerto Rico... in Colombia these are called "Mamonsillos" .... [the outside looks like a tiny avocado, the inside tastes like a sweet-tart custard].  THANK YOU to whomever posted this...it brought back a piece of my lost childhood. Lola M.

"Quenepas" from Puerto Rico. in Colombia these are called "Mamonsillos" . [the outside looks like a tiny avocado, the inside tastes like a sweet-tart custard].it brought back a piece of my lost childhood.

Old San Juan  Lamps and Balconies on brightly colored buildings. Old San Juan shopping district.  San Juan, Puerto Rico

Selected as weekly Best Pic Icon for Mi Viejo San Juan February, 2009 Lamps and Balconies on brightly colored buildings. Old San Juan shopping district. San Juan, Puerto Rico Have a look at all my cruise shots in my: Caribbean Cruise collection

VINTAGE PHOTO / CALLE FORTALEZA SAN JUAN / PUERTO RICO / REPRINT / 1940's - 50's

VINTAGE PHOTO / CALLE FORTALEZA SAN JUAN / PUERTO RICO / REPRINT / 1940's - 50's

Puerto Rico. I love the colors of the homes and quaint streets. I can not wait to visit Old San Juan again :)

Puerto Rico

Travel Inspiration for Puerto Rico - Cobblestones cover the streets of Old San Juan ☀Puerto Rico☀ USA, since the Spanish days.