In November Brian and I escaped chilly fall for a week of summer weather in Puerto Rico, which neither of us had ever visited. No beach bums here—we squeezed every ounce out of our vacation, from kayaking bioluminescent waters to hiking waterfalls in the country’s highest cloud forests to swimming with sea turtles on a tiny island off Puerto Rico.
And that’s just the outdoor stuff: We got some culture time in by visiting the historic forts of Old San Juan (part of the U.S. Park Service system) and the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico.
Add some fresh pina coladas and amazing coffee and it was an incredible trip. Here’s a Flickr set with some highlights:
Kayaking in the bioluminescent waters in Puerto Rico was one of the most magical things I’ve ever done!
Just finished your article in Denver Post with my children. We really enjoyed the story. Have actually been to P. R. But not the caves. Will try to go if we get another chance. Thanks, the Seibolds.
Glad to hear it, thanks Neika! The caves are worth the trip—not too far from San Juan. Best, Christine
I love old San Juan it has so much to explore