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” It doesn’t matter what time of day it is; caffeine is 50% of the Boricua diet.
Where: All around the entire circumference of Puerto Rico Why: Because there’s hardly a better way to see every one of Puerto Rico’s 375 coastal miles than from the seat of a bike.Rare birds, crabs, lizards, manatees, dolphins, turtles, all manner of fish -- everything lives in these rich environments.In La Parguera, you’ll find upwards of 30 different islets, the closest around a mile offshore.Rice and beans make up another 40%, and mayoketchup the remaining 10%. Their father’s last name first and their mother’s last name second, which is why Hispanic names tend to sound longer than average. White hot sand, endless palm trees, and crystal clear water. Puerto Rico has one of the world’s top beaches known as Playa Flamenco, located on a tiny island off the mainland called Culebra which can be reached by ferry.It’s not Puerto Rican tradition for women to change their last names when they get married. Puerto Rican parents will most likely be more involved in your life than even your own parents.