Videos tagged with "chick"
Visiting Puerto Rico (Waterfalls, Caverns, Ziplining, Snorkeling) [08:13]
My awesome first trip to Puerto Rico. Definitely a unique experience Ill remember for a lifetime. There were so many things I couldnt take videos of, like snorkeling underwater or visiting the Bio-Bay. I wish I would have took a video of us driving the back roads in Puerto Rico, where theyre only one car wide with hairpin turns. That in itself was an adventure. Playa Montones in Isabela was a gorgeous, remote, and practically vacant, beach. Beautiful reefs full of tropical fish surounded the area, making it possible to snorkel 20 feet from shore. The waterfalls I visited were along the Gozalandia River, or Casacada Gozalandia, near San Sebastian. Great off-the-beaten-path spot to visit. Only locals know about it. The waterfall is near 90 feet high, and some people cliff jump it. There is also a small underwater cave, which is fun to explore. The Caverns of the Camuy River, or Cuevas de Camuy, was a great place to explore. My phone isnt the greatest camera in the world, so the videos are dark. The Camuy River runs about 200 feet below the main cavern, Cueva Clara, carving it out. Great tourist location. We went snorkeling off the fishing village of La Parguera. Alot of reefs off the coast. The fish were huge and vibrantly colored. I even held a couple sea cucumbers and sea dollars. The tour guides were awesome, handing out beer for everyone, and offering us free chicken dinners. It was one big family atmosphere. The same tour guides took us to the Bioluminescent Bay that ...
Tags: puerto rico, tourism, isabela, playa, montones, jobos, beach, san juan, san sebastian, gozalandia, waterfall, cascada, local, cliff, jumping, diving, cave, cavern, cueva, camuy, clara, underground, river, snorkel, la parguera, bioluminescent, zipline, zip
Food Kiosks Luquillo Beach Puerto Rico Like Food Trucks on Steroids [03:50]
You xcan find anything to eat here since there are so mny little restaurants to choose from. it is right next to Luquillo Beach on the island of Puerto Rico. My friend ordered the rabbit stew.
Tags: Puerto Rico (Country), Food (Industry), Beach, Cooking, Kitchen, Recipe, Restaurant, Chicken, Recipes, Bbq, Meat, Dinner, Cuisine, Vegetarian, Sauce, Salad, Eating, Foods, Beef, Pasta, Rice, Pizza, Grill, Pork
Farmer's Market in Puerto Rico [08:54]
Tags: Farmer's, Market, in, Puerto, Rico, Puerto Rico (Country), vegtables, fruits, tropical, meat, Fruit (Ingredient), Food, Kitchen, Cow, Chicken, Restaurant, Cooking
Iguanas in Puerto Rico "Gallina de Palos" [01:28]
Green Iguana Margarita Ingredients: 1/2 oz Midori melon liqueur 1 oz Tequila (Two Fingers) 2 oz Sweet and sour mix Procedure: Blend and pour into a Margarita glass with salted rim. In many countries of Latin American, green iguanas are nicknamed "gallinas de palo". They are caught or raised and their meat is used for cooking. The taste and feel of the cooked iguana is said to be similar to chicken; hence, the nickname, which means "tree chicken". In Puerto Rico, though, green iguanas have not yet found their way into local menus, neither domestic nor commercial. Although talks of export are currently being bounced around.
Tags: Puerto Rico, Iguana, Ecosystems