Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean. It's small, only 100 X 50 miles, but chock full of culture and exotic foods and more! Better yet, you don't need a passport to go there. Puerto Rico (meaning Rich Port) is a property of the US - so while it might seem foreign, it's still part of the old US of A!
We spent a little over a week there, staying with my uncle. We drove all over the place. And like usual, I took a ton of pictures! heh heh. I'll share a few with you and also links to the albums in case you want to see more. (Albums have a slideshow feature!)
View from my uncle's porch. So awesome! He lives outside the city of Caguas.
This is the beach at Luquillo. The colors of the water are gorgeous!
El Morro is an old Spanish fort in San Juan. A huge fort! Lots of history here.
San Juan has a section where all the roads are as they were in the past. Built from the weights carried in the ships as ballast once they came to port to fill up with goods from the island.
El Yunque (The Forest) is a protected rain forest. You will have never seen so much GREEN! :)
Hope you get a chance to visit the island someday!