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Presente y Pasado... Paseo de la Princesa, San Juan, Puerto Rico,(2017 imagen superior) (1900 imagen inferior) La serie Presente y Pasado es un estudio de espacios en el tiempo, que muestra la evolución de nuestro patrimonio construido y el entorno urbano en distintas etapas históricas.
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Caleta de las Monjas, San Juan, Puerto Rico
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PUERTO RICO BLOG: (Hotel El Convento), Caleta Las Monjas, San Juan
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Cayo Aurora en Guánica, Puerto Rico

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Located at the heart of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is around 100 miles long by 30 miles wide, with a population of some 4 million. Part of the US Commonwealth, it’s known as the “island of enchantment”, boasting sun-kissed beaches, dramatic mountains, a rich colonial history, and great music.
Starting his journey in Puerto Rico’s vibrant capital, San Juan, host Zay Harding looks around the beautifully preserved old city, dating back to the Spanish conquest in the 16th century. Sampling the local cuisine and the fabulous national drink, the pina colada, he salsas the night away before getting to meet the man who rolled the world’s longest cigar.
From San Juan, Zay heads east to El Yunque National Forest, one of the best preserved rainforests in the Caribbean. Home to over 240 species of trees, and a lot of rare wildlife, it’s the last refuge of the endangered Puerto Rican parrot. Checking out the breeding project that aims to save these beautiful birds, Zay is reassured that the future of the species is in good hands.
From El Yunque, Zay leaves the main island of Puerto Rico to catch a ferry to the small island of Vieques, which is blessed with a spectacular coastline. During World War Two, the US military used the island as a weapons test site, and Zay discovers how the island’s glorious beaches are now being decontaminated and opened to public access for the first time since the war.
After enjoying a fabulous horse-ride along the coast of Vieques, Zay takes the ferry back to the main island of Puerto Rico, before heading west to explore the Camuy River Caves National Park. Having eroded through the region’s soft limestone over millions of years to create huge sinkholes and caves, the Camuy is the third largest underground river system in the world. Zay rappels down a 250 foot deep sinkhole, before plunging through the dramatic underground river caverns.
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