We are getting together an exciting 21 days expedition accross Puerto Rico and you are invited. We are departing, check this out... Friday 19th June 2015 at 0700 AM.
You can catch up in our route when ever you get here withing those 21 days. We are producing a film enroute. Participating implies your authorization for us to release the film to the public with no economics rights unless agree upon whith WalterSites.com, LLC.
Unique family site out in the mountains of a picturesque town named Adjuntas. Artisan Pizzas prepared with leña (wood) fire oven. The house drink, Leñazos, is a Mojito base on natural ingredients from Puffay’s farm.
While at the Bahia-Hurbana, get to Know Cartoonist and Portraits Artist, Carlos Ferrer He will offer a few guitar tones to sweeten your life.
You walk and find Hidden Jules. This gentleman, Moreno Castillo, plays the harmonica and guitar and, sings your requested song with a smile of happiness.
He is from Dominican Republic, living in Puerto Rico for over twenty years.
You can find him under a big tree by The Convento Hotel in front of San Juan Cathedral.
You Can Fly! Yes, go to Luquillo Beach. Puerto Rico.
Luquillo, PR 00773
Maria Dolores de Jesus, author “El Burén de Lula” She is Lula! She tells her story while we video the site.
We just had a Boer Goats competition in Adjuntas. The judges came from goat ranches in Florida, USA.
A rooster crows because he has an internal clock that helps him anticipate sunrise.
The rooster’s sunrise song is actually a way of establishing his territory. When a rooster crows, he’s sending a signal to other roosters that if they trespass, they’re asking for a fight.
Data provided by: http://earthsky.org/earth/why-roosters-crow Jan 2012
Walter, an entrepreneur who found a niche to serve at Ocean Park, by a beautiful beach... Here is the story.
Hi, Walter here, creator of "Puerto Rico's Best" the podcast promoting Puerto Rican tourism businesses out to the world.
In this ocasion, a Spanish presentation by a great multifacetic artist, Samuel Lind.
You will see him at the studio on the next podcast "Puerto Rico's Best 0002"
Samuel Lind, pintor y escultor de Loiza, PR, comparte su taller y su philosofia de vida desde su studio en Loiza, Puerto Rico.