During the prehistoric times, the Archaic Indians traveled in canoes from the Greater Antilles to our coasts, finding a paradise in Puerto Rico. Approximately 2,300 years ago; another progressive group of Indians, known as ignerus, came from South America. They were great sailors, potters and farmers and had roots… Continue reading The Indigenous Borincanos
Sailing through canoes that were built by the Indian Taínos, they navigated the Caribbean and the Atlantic sea, finding a home in La Mona over 2,000 years before Columbus discovered America. They fell in love with the exotic island for its unique flora and fauna; giving thanks to Mother Nature for giving them… Continue reading Mona Island known as The Galápagos of the Caribbean
When the evening in Aguadilla embraces such a pleasant day, and the firmament is covered with beaming stars; the sweet melody of the coquis cuddle our nights with a blissful feeling. The melodious sound of the breeze, placidly refreshing you, is always reassuring you that magic is at your reach.
Our legendary pirate was the terror of the Caribbean Sea and the Robin Hood of the Puerto Ricans who admired him for his generosity and courage. Some people claim they have seen his spirit wandering through his natal town in Cabo Rojo.