Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by random3434, Nov 7, 2009.
Who has been there and what can you tell me about P.R.?
Good place to vacation or not?
It helps to speak Spanish and it depends on where you stay.
I like the food and the beaches, but it is a poor "country" and there are other places I would go for a vacation.
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It's sort of like central Indiana, except closer to the ocean, warmer, more Spanish.
We have friends that live there, so we can visit anytime we want (twice).
I haven't been there, but don't call the people that live there PR's.
I lived there for awhile; it is a fascinating place with an exciting culture.
Good food, sexy women, great beaches and night life; Old San Juan is beautiful and if you ever walk El Morro on a moonlit night you will never forget it.
I worked on a golf course here........... Puerto Rico Hotels & Beachfront Resorts - El Conquistador Resort & Golden Door Spa , I was there for 13 days because of the rain, made it hard to photograph and draw the course. The El Conquistador picks you up at the airport, they recommended that I didn't leave the fenced in grounds, very dangerous third world place(worst drivers I have ever seen). There were plenty of restaurants on the grounds and there really isn't any reason to leave. The rain forest would probably be worth the visit though.
Sweet mother of merda, if Puerto Rican drivers scare you Italian drivers would make you pass some Pasta Fastool.
I loved Puerto Rico so much I married one.
After a few years of marriage her term of endearment for me was Mierda Blanco. (Acutally Mohone Blanco, not speaking spanish I wondered if she was dyslexico.)
I demanded she call me Daddy Mohone Blanco every time I slapped her ripe Puerto Rican ass.
We married for the love but we stayed for the sex.
One other reason I love Puerto Rico, my mother in law of the time was a Headstart teacher, some of her kids lived in one of the roughest public housing areas in San Juan.
She told me her kids were saying they had a farm, horses, pigs, chickens, goats, right in the middle of the city! She did not believe it but had to make some home visits, and sure enough the residents had went out to the country and stolen all these farm animals and set up a farm right there in the public common!
Who would not love that pirate spirit?
It is the Caribbean.
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