Chapel of Christ the Savior (Capilla de Cristo)San Juan,Puerto Rico
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Museum of Contemporary ArtSan Juan,Puerto Rico
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La Poza BeachArecibo,Puerto Rico
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Museo de Arte de Aguadilla y del CaribeAguadilla,Puerto Rico
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El Portal Tropical Forest CenterMameyes II,Puerto Rico
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Have you ever seen sea water with a sparkling blue light? If not, that's a sign that you must visit this unique beach in the world.
Bioluminescent Bay, it's called. Located on the coast of Puerto Rica, this place will make you feel as if you are living in an imaginary land.
How not, you can swim in the midst of sparkling light like fireflies that will envelop your body.
That said, the blue sparkle of this beach comes from millions of microorganisms that live on the seabed to the shoreline.
Amazing, right? This unique tour of Bioluminescent Bay is indeed suitable to be included in your next traveling list! #triplocal
There’s nothing quite like a summer road trip when you’re looking to do some serious family bonding. We’ve picked 10 themed itineraries for different kinds of broods, from gourmands to adventure junkies—read on for some inspiration, and then get ready to hit the road.
Start off in hip Asheville, which has become a culinary hotspot with a strong reputation for artisanal beers (try Highland Brewing Company, which has a meadow for kids to run around in). Then head for French Broad Chocolate Lounge, an homage to all things cacao with everything from baked goods to bonbons, and take their afternoon chocolate factory tour. Dinner is at Cúrate, whose chef Katie Button worked for avant-garde food world superstar Ferran Adria of the now-shuttered el Bulli in Spain. The menu of Spanish tapas, or small plates, is one of the most respected in the city, and it’s also friendly for smaller appetites—try the crispy fried patatas bravas and tomato sauce-topped albondigas meatballs. The Village Hotel on the sprawling Biltmore Estate has plenty of rooms with trundle beds, and there’s a pool on the property.
Cape Hatteras Beach is a wide, multi-kilometer coastline, covered with golden sand and washed by the force of the Atlantic ocean waters. The place is totally wild and not designed for a classic beach break. Swimming, even if supervised by a coast guard, can be very dangerous due to strong currents, strong winds, and sharks, poisonous jellyfish and other marine fauna that can harm humans. Therefore, Cape Hatteras Beach is visited mainly by fishing enthusiasts, as well as professional surfers and divers. In certain areas of the beach it is allowed to walk on SUVs, ATVs and sand yachts and even hold competitions for these sports. Paragliding and kiteboarding are also very popular.
On the beach you can stay with tents and bonfires in the afternoon and evening. This is closely monitored by the beach service, which needs to take a special permit. As the beaches are part of a national natural park and protected by the state, access to some areas may be restricted during the breeding season for the turtles and rare bird species that live in these areas. All the necessary information is on the reserve's website, so before you go to Cape Hatteras Beach, you should read the information carefully. Don't forget the repellent, because along the coast there are many swamps and small lakes, which means that mosquitoes are likely to disturb you.
The beach is located in Eastern North Carolina on one of the Outer Bank Islands. In the Cape Hatteras Coast region, two strong ocean currents collide - the North Atlantic and the Gulf Stream, creating funnels and eddies, and triggering powerful storms that are very dangerous for ship traffic. It is not without reason that these places are called "Atlantic cemeteries", which buried hundreds of ships. The contours of the island are constantly changing, new banks are popping up and existing ones have the eloquent names "Beware", "Fear" and "Boiling Pot". Nonetheless, the local spots are very popular with tourists who come to dive, ride the giant waves, enjoy the splendor of wildlife, and perhaps find buried treasure.
The word bioluminescence comes from two languages, bio which means life in Greek and lumen which means light in Latin.
The phenomenon of bioluminescence is an event that occurs when living things undergo a certain chemical reaction that can produce light emission. This event is often found and often occurs in the sea, making it glow in the middle of the dark night. Bioluminescence is found throughout the biosphere, but only in marine vertebrates, invertebrates and some plant species such as plankton, jellyfish, annelid fish, cephalopods, copepods and ostracods. On land itself, bioluminescence is usually found in several types of insects, fireflies, beetles, caterpillars (glow-worms) and several types of diptera.
#lakes #beaches #nationalpark #themeparks #triplocal
I believe this is a faithful project.The projector has a lot of attractions so hopefully the project will be better in the future and will be the best.
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Puerto Rico is such a beautiful place. It truly lives up to its nickname, the Enchanted Island. We went to the city of Aguadilla on the north west coast. The beaches in Aguadilla make you never want to leave this magical place.
Everyone knows about the Caribbean. But when it comes to Culebra, is that Nani?
Culebra is a small island in Puerto Rico, a free state in the Caribbean. The biggest motivation for me to come to Culebra is to see the world's third-ranked beach, Flamenco Beach. I have been to too many beaches, but the moment I stepped onto Flamenco Beach, I knew I was in the right place. The softness and cleanness of the sand, the clearness and clarity of the sea make me linger. The reason why the
Culebra Island is so beautiful is that there are not so many tourists, and the development level is not as good as that of the island of Puerto Rico, but it also retains the originality and quietness of nature.
On Culebra Island, we have snorkeled in several areas, and there is a place where you can see turtles, which is exciting. When you are tired, you can enjoy an unlimited supply of buffet on board.
Our guided tour of the boat slammed into the sea and picked up a sea urchin. Touching the thorn of the sea urchin, I found it softer than I thought, so I boldly put it in the palm of my hand. Of course, we quickly sent it back to the Caribbean Sea to which it belongs.
If it weren't for Puerto Rico, I wouldn't know that the small Culebra was a paradise hidden in the Caribbean.
It's hard to forget that I was flying from New York, where there was some chill, to the surprise of being surrounded by a heat wave when San Juan was just off the plane. Even in some parts of the world, even in the snow, the Caribbean is still like the spring season.
One day in Puerto Rico, I can change my flight style (in fact, I was very tired when I played too high a few days ago). I didnt arrange any itinerary, it was only close to where I lived. Condado Beach (Condado Beach), blowing the sea breeze from the Caribbean, basking in the warm sun, listening to his favorite music that he brought to the iPod, reading a book that he has been dragging for a long time before he can taste it. Book, spend a whole day leisurely.
Occasionally look up, in addition to the blue sky and blue sky, there are also the men and women who come and go. If you dont hurry and dont worry, its the real holiday style.
Located in the easternmost part of the Caribbean Antilles, Puerto Rico is the smallest island in the Greater Antilles. Such a Puerto Rican, a Spanish colony 100 years ago, is now a free state of the United States.
There is a modern resort hotel in the capital of San Juan, the capital of the capital, which shows people like the American resort. However, the Old San Juan, which is only a few kilometers away, still maintains the 16th century
, which feels like pirates will appear at any time.
Walking in the old town of San Juan, it is like stepping into a time tunnel. The colorful architecture declares how the life of the locals is colorful; the fortress fortress whispers how people defend their islands in the era of pirates; the fresh and cool sea breeze calls, here is the Caribbean Sea, The place full of strange legends.
And I was at sunset, with a cat, watching a beautiful sunset.
I believe that when you visit Puerto Rico, you will also feel the fierce conflict and subtle fusion of American, Spanish and Caribbean cultures.