It’s that time of year where the kids are finishing up school, you’re exhausted from working too much and you’re just ready to go on your family vacation. This year we’re thinking more outside the box instead of going to Florida to the beach or in the mountains in Tennessee or the Carolinas. I’ve wanted to go somewhere to see those beaches you see in the brochures and magazines that is so beautiful and just a different color blue that looks like heaven. My first instinct was to head down to South America because my husband work with a few guys that were born there and always tell him how beautiful how it is down there. All of that sounded great, but with us taking the kids that means that it could get really expensive and then you have to get passports so that’s a little too much. When searching for vacation destinations we came up on Puerto Rico, which is such a pretty island and one of my husband’s friends is from there and showed him several pictures of Puerto Rico. One of the things we found out is that we don’t need passports to go there, they also use the same currency that we use in the United States and you can Live your own 5-star vacation story in Puerto Rico. Just hop on a plane and go!
There are so many things to do in Puerto Rico, which consists of 270 miles of coastline and it’s featured in the Top 10 beaches from Travel Channel — including Flamenco Beach in Culebra, often cited as one of the best beaches in the world. Whether you’re a golfer, foodie, the adventure type, or a beach (rum) bum, Puerto Rico has everything that you want in a nice relaxing vacation. You can visit the only rainforest under US national park service, El Yunque, and climb to the clouds. History Buffs can enjoy old world charm of San Juan. Adventurers can enjoy horseback riding or the magnificent Camuy caverns that runs through the 3rd largest subterranean river in the world. When I go to Puerto Rico I definitely seeing myself trying out the rums, going on some adventures and just take in the beautiful atmosphere while relaxing at the same time.
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