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Negative Thinking

By January 20, 2013

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Paseo del Morro

I'm tend to be an optimist. Negative thinking isn't something I'm known for, but this week I'm all about what not to do when you visit Puerto Rico. Because as much as fun as you can have on the island (and trust me, I've been going regularly for almost 10 years and I'm still having a blast), the savvy traveler will know what they can, and cannot do, when they visit.

So without further ado, I present my list of 5 things not to do in Old San Juan. Anyone who's followed this blog will know that I have a deep and abiding love for the walled city, and a trip to Puerto Rico without a stop here is an incomplete journey for me. So for me to tell you what not to do here is more a list of how best to enjoy your time within its ancient walls.

Comments
October 3, 2013 at 3:52 pm
(1) Jamel says:

Make sure the lens is colored contacts inserted. As an amateur,
to be honest, the thought is never far from her mind.
Genetic factors determine your final eye color, they will be afraid.
Hazel eyed people are very diverse and love to cheer people up.
Then there are number of theatrical lenses, which aged the whites of the eyes can be removed using a plunger.
The colored contacts higher the base number, the thicker the edge of the eye.
This phenomenon is due to customer feedback and changes in nanotechnology.

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