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Batman Theme Brings Action to Photography, Pajamas
Posted Monday, October 29 @ 02:00:00 PST by Brendan
No man is an island but some men, I've come to learn, are billionaire tycoon Bruce Wayne. While we may lack his fortune we've got his bat-like agility down to an artistic science and by that I mean we hang around, flop like nuts and ultimately get the job done.

Remlinger Farms Halloween Scary Fun, Not Scary Bad
Posted Monday, October 15 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
There are few must-see attractions by our impossibly high standards but, once again, this is one of them. This time of year it's a Halloween park and they knock every last sock off the competition. Other farms have followed in Remlinger's footsteps and some have really great personalities, but that just means they ain't pretty.

Cuevas de Camuy: the K-Mart of Puerto Rico Spelunkholes
Posted Sunday, October 14 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Especially during summer months, it's common to arrive at the famous Camuy Caves to find they have already sold out for the day. In such cases, turn that frown about halfway upside-down, kind of into a straight line across your face, because there's something half as good just around the bend.

Muppet Agenda Leads to Loose Jell-O Complacency
Posted Saturday, October 13 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
First we had to deal with the Diaper Industrial Complex, then the Hardline Pro-Potty Training Movement. Now I have to deal with the Muppet Agenda and the influence it has on people around me. It's bad enough they teach kids that a pig stalking a frog is "kind of cute" but now they're attacking our table manners.

Puerto Ricans Unwilling to Exchange My Money
Posted Friday, October 12 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I knew when we landed in Puerto Rico we'd need money, and we'd need it equal parts "bad" and "fast," but what I didn't realize was that nobody would exchange my money for the local currency. The obvious snag in the nylon would be that Puerto Rico isn't a sovereign nation and uses US currency just like back home, and what I've experienced points to a very different problem.

Cabo Rojo Lighthouse Coolest Thing on Puerto Rico's Southwest Corner
Posted Thursday, October 11 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Of all the things to do on the Southwest corner of the conspicuously small spit of land that is invariably Puerto Rico, one of the -- if not the -- greatest things to do is check out the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse. Now, I'll admit I've spoken highly in the past on the virtues of the tourist center and the saltiest flatlander areas, but the lighthouse at the tip of it really takes what little cake there is to be had.

Arecibo Lighthouse Pirate Cave Worth the Trip Itself
Posted Wednesday, October 10 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Every once and so often there comes around a noun that leaves such an impression on me that it deserves a double-review. Last year, Remlinger Farms got that much and more. The Boudin Bakery in San Francisco got two. For our stay in Puerto Rico not much was deserving of two reviews except for Fun Valley Park and the amazing Pirate Cave at the Arecibo Lighthouse, which is just that good and it gets a second review too.


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