Ambulances. I see ambulances. Here, there, everywhere, ambulances. And not on calls, rushing to give aid. No, just driving down the road, waiting patiently in traffic.
No one gives them mind. No one notices, thinks them out of place, even when they sit there, in traffic with their lights on. Ambulances.
Could there be that many emergencies? That man people in need of quick medical transport? I don’t think so, not on this island of only 3 million people.Read More
What could be better than one of the most beautiful beaches in the world; Balneario Sun Bay, Vieques, Puerto Rico? What could be better than being on Sun Bay at Christmas time, soaking up the suns rays with a cold beer and a good book?
How about sharing that beach blanket of perfection with two clock-stopping hot beauties?
Yes, I found my own version of Puerto Rican Gold – two gorgeous women that are willing to tolerate my presence in this tropical paradise.Read More
How much do you think it is for a taxi in Old San Juan. How much might it be to go the two miles from Plaza de Armas to Puerta de la Tierra? According to the door of a Puerto Rican taxi it is $1.75 for the first mile, $2 per mile there after. But then you didn’t ask the driver.
According to the San Juan Taxi Mafia, any ride in Old San Juan, no matter the distance, is $10 at flagfall, increasing if you bring along luggage, no matter if the driver touches it or not.
To leave Old San Juan for any other destination in San Juan City, its $15 with the price jumping in $5 increments as you pass invisible zone boundaries. That means a trip to a center-city museum or a cool guayabera store is around $20 each way just for transportation.Read More