Catch up – BioBay Review and Ceiba Visit

About a month ago I went across the island to Fajardo and did the well renowned Bioluminescent Bay tour.  For those who don’t know, Fajardo is completely on the East side of the island, about 3.5 hours from Rincon.  The BioBay tour in Fajardo, which takes place in Laguna Grande, is supposedly the 2nd best…

Travel Guide: FOOD

I’ve had the opportunity to eat a thousand different cuisines since arriving in Puerto Rico back in January.  I’ve gotten food from restaurants, outside stands within town and on the side of the street, guest that have stayed over, co-workers, strangers from the street – literally everywhere.  What I have learned is that food in…

My Routine that Leads to Success and Happiness

A question I somewhat receive on a frequent basis from friends and family is – ‘What do you do on a daily basis?’ or ‘Do I do any work?’ My answer isn’t anything complicated, usually I respond by saying something along the lines of ‘Yes I work as an Engineer for a medical device company…

Hitting a Road Block

Puerto Rico is probably in contention for containing the most scenic waterfalls in the world.  The list goes on and on about where all the hidden gems are around the island and this includes finding the best waterfalls that offer something for everyone.  Lately, I’ve been trying to find some low key waterfalls and hikes…

Unconventional Visit

I had an unanticipated visitor roll through about two weeks ago. One of my uncles decided to visit for a little over a week based on a whim.  It was actually good timing for him, as the surf season was winding down in Rincon and everyone was heading back to the states.  At first glance…

Going Off The Beaten Path and Science

It is very easy to get caught in the monotonous behavior of staying put.  I make every effort, especially during weekends, to break the monotony and see everything outside of Rincon.  This led me to La Soplaera Waterfall in Penuelas.  These waterfalls are up  steep green mountainsides.  Its a serious driving effort to navigate through…

Travel Guide: The Impact of a Camera

One of the main things I wanted to do when I came to Puerto Rico was try to capture the best possible images I can to summarize the days and trips around the island that I’ve been lucky to see and take part in.  Simply said, I wanted to just be able to explain what…