Tuesday Travelogue–Colors of Puerto Rico

Blue and green are my favorite colors, and I think God must be partial to them too, since He used them so much in our lovely earth.

My husband and I traveled to Puerto Rico last month to do some last-minute research for my book set in Puerto Rico. Today I am giving you an over view of the country, then each Tuesday for the next few weeks, I will tell  you more about the things we did there, especially the places that my characters also visited in Surrender to Peace.

FullSizeRender(2)In this first picture taken from our hotel balcony (which doesn’t really do justice to the beauty of Puerto Rico) I wanted to show some of the shades of blue and green which you see all over the Island, especially in the ocean.

This second photo shows some of the greenery we saw in El Yungue National Rainforest which we as well as my characters also hiked into.

IMG_3242(1)If you don’t want to wait until next Tuesday to hear more about Puerto Rico, you can check out Betty Owen’s interview of me about my book and trip  It is up today at http://wp.me/p65lTH-ex

Then tomorrow you can visit Deb Vogts Recipe blog at http://www.countryatheartrecipes.com/ where I share the time my husband and I made Mofongo, one of the local dishes, while there!

Maybe it will inspire you to make some yourself! Hope you will return next Tuesday for more photos. And if you have ever been to Puerto Rico, please leave a comment to share your favorite part of your time there.

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4 Responses to Tuesday Travelogue–Colors of Puerto Rico

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nighttime kyaking in the bio bay was so much fun!

  2. jackielayton says:

    What beautiful pictures!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I agree with Anonymous. My favorite activity was nighttime kayaking in the bio bay. But, my favorite memory will be the sound of the coqui frogs in the trees!

  4. Thanks for the comments, everyone. We didn’t get to do the bio-bay kayaking, but I did love the sound of the coqui frogs in the forest, so I wrote about them in my story!

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