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When in Puerto Rico, Check out the Camuy Caves
Posted Tuesday, October 09 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Assuming you are in, or shortly going to be in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and you have enough time to pop out of town for a jiffy and check out whatever sights there may be to see, a not-to-be-missed attraction is the Camuy Caves. They're rich in bio-diversity (despite the tourists), fun enough for all to enjoy (despite the hike) and well worth your time (assuming you can get in on your first or last try).

Arecibo Lighthouse Museum Is Freaking Awesome
Posted Monday, October 08 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Puerto Rico doesn't have a lot for kids to do. I'm not being mean I'm being honest and, with as long as I lived there this past summer, I'm sure I'm qualified to say it. One thing it does have a mere hour outside of San Juan is the Arecibo Lighthouse Museum. It's not really a museum but it's well run, exceptionally maintained and all kinds of fun like we could hardly believe.

Fun Valley Park Café Cuts Visit Costs by Half
Posted Sunday, October 07 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
One of the most enjoyable things we did in Puerto Rico was our visit to the kooky amusement park near Arecibo called the Fun Valley Park. I guess it was in a valley and I'm pretty sure it was a park, but what I know without a doubt is that it was fun. Only thing that could have made it better was the café, which did make it better, both by price and quality.

Staff Videographer Struggles w/ Basic Principles
Posted Saturday, October 06 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
We all have our jobs to do around the Perplexing Times offices, and we all do them, time permitting, to the best of our ability. Well, maybe not the best of our abilities, but certainly to the best of our interest in doing so. This staff Videographer we hired, however, is really mooking up the works with his inattention to detail.

Puerto Rico Gimmes the Best Summer Birthday Ever
Posted Friday, October 05 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Poor Patrick. Him and his fellow summer-baby brethren have no idea what it's like to enjoy a during-the-school-year birthday the likes of which me and my other (non-Patrick) brother so consistently enjoy. The parents have always done their best, but it's never been so much as "good," at least until this year.

Beloved Bear Celebrates First Bearthday
Posted Thursday, October 04 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Dominic
It's been a good year or so since I first followed in the ever-covetable footshadows of my older brother and picked a favorite stuffed animal as my own best friend. I know I have to emulate the heck out of him, usually to his great annoyance, but also that I have to kick it up a bit and reinvent, so where his well-traveled "Dog" is his best friend, my bear is my "baby" and today is his first bearthday.

Despite Appearance, Tribal Native Denies 'Ninja' Status
Posted Wednesday, October 03 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Dominic
It was the strangest thing. We were having a runaway, rampant day out, doing our darnedest to span the landscape of the Puerto Rican interestosphere, regardless of the locals' patent refusals to engage us in our media-istic capacities. It was a trouble we'd faced everywhere, but a resistance I hadn't expected to face was that upon meeting a poorly-wigged tribal re-enactor, who obviously looked like a ninja, that he'd say he wasn't a ninja.


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