Posts Tagged ‘puerto rico’

La Pared Sunset, Luquillo PR

March 3, 2010

Famous beach among surfers of the northeast coast of the island. Contributed by Carlos Cachimba.

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Walking outside

March 1, 2010

Interpretation of Rafael Cordero Molina

March 1, 2010

He was interpreting Rafael Cordero Molina at Old San Juan. Rafael Cordero (1790–1868), known as “The Father of Public Education in Puerto Rico”, was a self-educated Puerto Rican of African ancestry who provided free schooling to children regardless of their race.

Pork

March 1, 2010

Among the traditional christmas food the pork is well known. In Guavate (Cayey, Puerto Rico) you will find many places to eat christmas food all year long.

Caguana Ceremonial Park

March 1, 2010

In Utuado, near the Tanamá river lay the Caguana Ceremonial Ball Court sites. Here the Taino Indians used to play ball. It has a museum, ball courts (batey), a house like (caney), among other things to see.

Palo en Vivo 2009

March 1, 2010

Palo en Vivo is a music event celebrated every year by the local rum Palo Viejo.

Navidad 2009

March 1, 2010

Plaza de Caguas and Old San Juan