5 Fun Puerto Rico Blogs

Heading down to Puerto Rico for some Caribbean fun in the sun? Have a look at these five fine Puerto Rican blogs featuring local insight about what makes this friendly island such a great destination.

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Four Stops on Cancun’s Ancient Trail

When most of us think of Cancun, margaritas, all-inclusive resorts and nightclubs might come to mind. While built solely for tourism purposes, Cancun had a story long before the party scene arrived. Before tourism, there was an ancient Mayan presence in the area, stretching as far back as 1800 B.C. Even if it might seem like most of Cancun is manufactured, there are a number of ancient sites in and around the city that show off a different, more historical side to the Yucatan Peninsula. Each of these stops provide a depth to Cancun that you won’t find at your resort’s swim up bar.

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Traveler Clash: How To Deal With Different Travel Styles

Summer travel is filled with joint vacations among friends and family. It might sound like a great idea to get together and go somewhere out of town until ultimately you experience travel style friction. No two people travel in the same fashion, causing a few to give up traveling with others altogether and go solo. However, if you have to travel with others by choice or not, you must know how to deal with different travel styles to avoid a vacation meltdown. Here are a few words of wisdom to help you deal when travel styles clash.

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Three Freebies in Honolulu

Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu is often a launching point for exploring the island and the rest of the state. However, Honolulu shouldn’t just be a pass through city. The state capital is the only true city in Hawaii, with plenty to see, do and experience. And while those tropical drinks at your secluded hotel on Oahu will cost you along with that hotel room, Honolulu offers plenty of ways to save. Here are three freebies in Hawaii’s capital city that won’t cost you a penny but will leave you rich with an understanding for Honolulu.

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A Bad Meal in Italy? Four Tips for Avoiding the Few Bad Dinners on Italian Soil

The traveler often anticipates a trip to Italy solely for its cuisine. Eating well in this country is simple, or so the guidebook says. After living in Italy for over a year, I was shocked to find my dreams of one giant, mouthwatering meal after meal somewhat shattered by a few bad seeds. Horror of horrors, the traveler might stumble upon an Italy on the table that doesn’t live up to fantasies and expectations. A bad meal in Italy is possible, but it doesn’t need to be. Here are a few tips for straying away from the few bad meals to be had in the land of fine food.

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