Local Food

Mofongo & Fried Pork

Mamposteao Rice

Whiskey & Organic Coconut Water With coconut Pulp

Bieftec With Red Beans and White Rice

Mofongo With Octopus

Coconut Moonshine

Local Coffee

Veggie Scrambled eggs with Local bread butter Toast and organic orange juice

Chicken Pincho, Pork Pinchos 

Burritos

Pasteles de Yuca

Pasteles

If you want to visit all this locations and be nearby them; here we will share a link for a few great places to stay mostly under $20 per night.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/31703604?s=51

Paradise Blog

This stunning sun set can be captured any day of the year. 

This blog will take you to the most secret and unrevealed places that anyone looking for a real adventured will pay for. Here we will share all this secret locations to all of our blog readers.

We will be discussing important information of many historical locations and monuments from the Industrial Revolution in the island from back in the day. Many places will be deteriorated and others will be presented renovated. We will also cover information about our natural resources and the many reef barriers surrounding and protecting our shores against high seas and strong waves.

We will cover many towns like Barceloneta, Manati, Arecibo, Ciales, Florida, Utuado, Camuy, Quebradillas, Isabela and Aguadilla among others.

In the present many community elders consider many of this places as undervalued “forgotten treasures” 

Low tide by “Isla de Roque” Old Sugar Cane Merchant Dock 

Despite the lack of efforts by the local government to maintain the areas; those who appreciate history and the beautiful art of nature enjoy this place for fishing, surfing, photography or just to relax with a beer at a sunset view like this one.

This location is one of many where the Native Taino Indian lived in ancient history dated back in 1493 when the Christopher Columbus Colonization took place and the so called “discovery” more than 524 years ago.

In this place there are many secret hidden things. Minutes away from this sighting there are other more predominant hieroglyphics places that are off limits occupied by the US Federal National Parks such as “El Yunque” rain forest.    

For those who are interested in learning more about this experience and many other fascinating historical facts and locations around our island in “Puerto Rico” Leave any comments or questions and we will reply.

We offer hosting services trough Airbnb at a near location minutes away. Our listings are perfect for singles , couples or groups including bloggers or photographers offering you everything you need.

We also offer personalized tours to many other secret places that are absolutely fascinating. Dates for this tours are limited and open when available.

The Island of Puerto Rico is a “US Common Wealth Territory” and if you are American you don’t need a passport to come but if you are from other citizenship nationality you will need a  Passport to fly here. You will also definitely need a vehicle….

Once you travel to the Island you can stay with us as part of your journey or during your entire trip. Our place is one of the few most “affordable and safe” near by locations on a budget. Some seasons our rates will start under $20 per night and you can book 3 months in advance.

Please check the listings on the links below!  

Into the Journey

This stunning sun set can be captured any day of the year. 

This location is called “Isla de Roque” It is only 25 minutes away from our  Airbnb listings. 

This historical location is now a monument from the Industrial Revolution in the island and back in the day used to be a merchant marine docking facility. It deteriorated with time but the reef barrier surrounding this bay protected the shore against high seas and strong waves.

Back in those times the blooming sugar cane business used to transport all goods doing cargo operations by hand after been transported in vehicles and trains to this location. This place is located exactly in the north shore center side of the island in the town of “Barceloneta”

In the present many community elders consider this place an undervalued “forgotten local treasure” 

Low tide by “Isla de Roque” Old Sugar Cane Merchant Dock 

Despite the lack of efforts by the local government to maintain the areas; those who appreciate history and the beautiful art of nature enjoy this place for fishing, surfing, photography or just to relax with a beer at a sunset view like this one.

This location is one of many where the Native Taino Indian lived in ancient history dated back in 1493 when the Christopher Columbus Colonization took place and the so called “discovery” more than 524 years ago.

In this place there are many secret hidden things. Minutes away from this sighting there are other more predominant hieroglyphics places that are off limits occupied by the US Federal National Parks such as “El Yunque” rain forest.    

For those who are interested in learning more about this experience and many other fascinating historical facts and locations around our island in “Puerto Rico” Leave any comments or questions and we will reply.

We offer hosting services trough Airbnb at a near location minutes away. Our listings are perfect for singles , couples or groups including bloggers or photographers offering you everything you need.

The Island of Puerto Rico is a “US Common Wealth Territory” and if you are American you don’t need a passport to come but if you are from other citizenship nationality you will need a  Passport to fly here. You will also definitely need a vehicle….

Once you travel to the Island you can stay with us as part of your journey or during your entire trip. Our place is one of the few most “affordable and safe” near by locations on a budget. Some seasons our rates will start under $20 per night and you can book 3 months in advance.

We also offer personalized tours to many other secret places that are absolutely fascinating. Dates for this tours are limited and open when available.

Please check the listings on the links below! 

The Journey Begins

Playa la Ezperanza
This is a Pure Paradise location. Natural Reserve to many crustaceans

Today’s blog starts with the beginning of a rich history that involves the culture of a local community in the Caribbean that thrived but changed trough the years.

Our history engages with a view from many angles and including the fact that “surfing”  is been a great sport and soul healing mechanism using the ocean as a living being by it self. This place above shares both if not many powerful energies and is a beautiful place that can only be describe as a paradise.

This place can only be accessed by two ways. One way is swimming across the river where it meets the ocean with a powerful dangerous current and the other way to get there is driving all the way around an additional 20 minutes to the next town.

Almost at the end of the dirt road before an off limits occupied “Native Taino Indian National Reserve” owned by the “US Federal National Parks” this is what you will find. 

This is a great seascape location to explore with your family and relax

As you walk into the beach bushes you will listen to a rock crunching sound and if you pay attention you will see hundreds if not thousand of the so called “cobitos” 

 The “Cobito” is nothing else that a small beach crab that walks the sandy coast eating wild almonds and who knows what else. There is a reproduction season and when that happens they emerge in massive amounts into the water. This beautiful crustacean is found in many shapes, sizes and colors all over a few locations in the island. Be careful because if you don’t pay attention you may walk over them by mistake. 

The view of  a sun rise; right over “MACHUCA” walking 2 miles away
This view is  from the other side of the river this is the “swimming side”
Surf’s Up!

“This place in only 30 minutes away from our Air B&B  listings turning this place into a great place to visit for surfers, photographers, travelers and many other adventurous”

We know how to get you around there quick while using your travel time wisely. This beach has two different names but not too many people know where or how to get there.

One name was given by the local surfers or community people and the other name is given by those who know the place for the swimming and bathing attractions. When you approach from the driving location is called “La Ezperanza” meaning “The Hope”

When you get there swimming on your surfboard crossing the river until you reach the other side walking over the sea shells for about a two miles is called “Machuca Gardens” 

It is an adventure, believe me!

The name “Machuca” or Machuca Gardens” was given to this surf break after one famous local surfer entrepreneur’s name Jorge Machuca.  Many top surfers used to call him the “wizard” and he started competing at age 15 and around 1967 he became one of the first surfers in the island to discover and surf the “Reef Garden

Exploring a beautiful beach coast on a sunny day he found what it is “the perfect right wave barrel wall of crystal clear water” You can literally see the reef bottom when you are paddling in.

La esperanza / Machuca Gardens from the “driving side”


We offer hosting services trough Airbnb at a near location minutes away. Our listings are perfect for singles , couples or groups including bloggers or photographers offering you everything you need.

The Island of Puerto Rico is a “US Common Wealth Territory” and if you are American you don’t need a passport to come but if you are from other citizenship nationality you will need a  Passport to fly here. You will also definitely need a vehicle….

Once you travel to the Island you can stay with us as part of your journey or during your entire trip. Our place is one of the few most “affordable and safe” near by locations on a budget. Some seasons our rates will start under $20 per night and you can book 3 months in advance.