My 3rd day in Puerto Rico included coconuts, cats, and chichaitos (a strong, local drink made with Anisette liqueur and Palo Viejo)!
For Day 2 in Puerto Rico, I walked around by myself and hopped on one of the free trolleys that take you around Old San Juan. In this post you can see the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista and all the colorful shops and houses!
I went to San Juan, Puerto Rico in June and I can’t wait to go back! In the photos, you can see Castillo San Felipe del Morro (also known as “El Morro”) and the Santa María Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery which is located right outside the walls of the fort.