As I sit here thinking about my recent trip to Puerto Rico, I can’t help but smile at the memories that flood my mind. It was a trip that I will never forget, and I feel grateful to have had the opportunity to experience such a beautiful place.
The highlight of the trip was definitely visiting the bottom part of the Bermuda Triangle, which is located in Puerto Rico. I remember feeling both nervous and excited about the adventure. I even brought two drones with me – a DJI Mavic Mini and a DJI Mavic Mini 2 – to capture every moment of the journey.
Things to know:
- No Passport needed. (US Drivers license is good)
- Book in advance for ferry or go to the box office a day in advance (Otherwise Ferry tickets are full from San Juan (Ceiba) to Vieques or to Culebra) best islands
- Stay safe don’t go to La Puerta and take advice from all uber drivers where things are safe
As we arrived in Puerto Rico, I was taken aback by the beauty of the place. It reminded me of San Francisco in many ways, with its hilly streets and colorful buildings. I was also struck by the mix of Spanish and American influences in the culture, which made for a unique and fascinating experience.
One of my favorite spots in Puerto Rico was the old red-light district, which has been transformed into a vibrant, colorful neighborhood. It was amazing to see how the red buildings had been repurposed into something new and beautiful.
Another highlight was visiting the Spanish military fort, which was used to defend the sea port against constant attacks. The old canons, which were created by the empire, were over 100 years old and had a fascinating history.
Overall, my trip to Puerto Rico was an adventure that I will never forget. From the breathtaking views to the rich history and culture, every moment was an opportunity to learn and grow. I feel grateful to have had the chance to experience such a beautiful place and can’t wait to go back someday.