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Coqui - Puerto Rico

Coqui is the name of the tree frogs that inhabit Puerto Rico and are named for the sounds the male frogs make at night. It is believed that the “Co” is to fend off other males while establishing their territory, while the “qui” is to attract a female for mating. These frogs are native to Puerto Rico and have become the unofficial symbol of the island.

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Getting Married in Puerto Rico

What can be more romantic than exchanging vows on a white sandy beach at sunset while small waves lap in the background and your family and friends look on in their favorite beach attire? If sounds like your dream come true, then Puerto Rico is for you.

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Old San Juan: A walk along this magnificent City in Puerto Rico Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of this article. Click here for part 1 of this article.

Another must-visit in Old San Juan is the Fort of San Cristobal. This fortress is the better half of El Morro in protecting Puerto Rico. This is because while El Morro guards the island against attack by sea, San Cristobal protects it from attack by land.

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El Yunque: Hiking in the Caribbean National Forest of Puerto Rico

Hiking is one of those activities that always brings a new adventure to those who like to participate in its motion. It is affordable, a great way to exercise and offers a different view of nature on every outing. The Caribbean National Forest or El Yunque, is such a place that will leave the walking traveler with a sense of calm and excitement at having just spent a day living in nature the way it should be experienced.

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The Graceful Sea Turtles of Puerto Rico

For those who have had the fortune to dive with sea turtles, you have truly witnessed one of nature' most graceful offerings. These ancient creatures move through the water with an effortless gait that can only be described as amazing.

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A walk along the magnificence of the Old San Juan, Puerto Rico Part 1

Gold spells so much about Puerto Rico. The first economy that characterized Puerto Rico is the mining of gold and silver. They transport gold to Spain and to protect this, the Spaniards built massive walls and forts around San Juan. Today, Puerto Rico is no longer mining gold, but the massive walls and forts still mean a lot to its economy because it brings golden opportunity to the island as a major tourist attraction.

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Puerto Rico: Commonwealth, Uncommon Beauty

Puerto Rico is located in the Caribbean Sea east of the Dominican Republic. The island is roughly rectangular in shape, about 100 miles wide and 35 miles north to south. Most of Puerto Rico is rugged and mountainous although the northern coastline boasts many impressive beaches.

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Puerto Rico: Nature's Play Ground

Above you in the lush greenery; parrots chirp incessantly, while rays of sunshine pierce through the dense foliage. You've never been anywhere like the El Yunque Rain Forest - a cool, mountainous, semi tropical rain forest in eastern Puerto Rico. The pitter-patter of rainfall is broken down through the mountain via a network of rocky rivers, which in turn create a number of waterfalls and small pools. At the higher elevations the waters are clean enough to drink and delightful to swim in. Hundreds of outdoor enthusiasts visit the park daily, but you won't have any problem finding a corner to call your own, and opportunity to feel like you're the only one visiting this natural wonderland of flora and fauna.

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