“Puerto Rico has some fine women,” says Duane Norwood, 23, Undecided, a student at Washtenaw Community College. “We were in San Juan for 6-days and all we did was hit the clubs, and the beach.” “You could see the coral fish crashing into the waves as we swam in the ocean.”
“Oh, we did visit the Rain Forrest,” says Norwood. “The weather was 83-85 degrees and it was sunny everyday but one.”
“I went with some friends from work, I work at the Michigan League, the UM Ladies Union,” Norwood explains.
“All we did was meet girls and hang out, drink beer and rum, Bacardi’s Headquarters is in San Juan,” says Norwood, as he cracks a smile.
Puerto Rico has it’s own brand of beer and the drinking age there is only 18,” Norwood recalls.
“The trip started out terrible, we had a 9-hour delay in Atlanta and two flights got cancelled, then I got food poison and wound up puking on the plane,” he explains.
“On top of that I lost my debit card and didn’t have any money for 4-days, so I wound up using my credit card,” says Norwood
“Once we got to Puerto Rico everything was great, except we lost two digital cameras in the ocean,” Norwood recalls.
Puerto Rico is located in the Caribbean Sea. It is a self-governing unincorporated territory of the United States.
Puerto Rico includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands. The main island is the smallest by land area and second smallest by population, among the four Greater Antilles, which include Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica.
San Juan is the Capital City and the largest municipality in Puerto Rico. It has a population of roughly 433,733, which makes it the 42nd-largest city under United States jurisdiction. Also known as the “Gateway to the Caribbean”, San Juan was founded by the Spanish in 1521.