Category Archives: Puerto Rico

El Asalto Naled—Una Entrevista con Sadhu Govardhan

Si eres un viajero ocasional o frecuente a Puerto Rico, o nunca has ido pero estás pensando en visitar la isla (o si vives ahí), sin duda has escuchado sobre el virus del Zika. Y si eres un fanático de los medios de comunicación convencionales, es probable que hayas leído que es un virus peligroso…
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The Naled Assault—An Interview with Sadhu Govardhan

Whether you are an occasional or frequent traveler to Puerto Rico, have never been but are considering visiting the island or you live here, you’ve no doubt heard or read about the Zika virus. If you’re a fan of mainstream media, you have probably read that it is a dangerous virus that poses all sorts…
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A Day in the Life of This Transplanted Utuadaño

What do: Los rotos (giant potholes) Road closure of the main road from my house to the town of Utuado A detour down an alternate road Me unable to back up the hill to allow a car to pass because I have zero depth perception The starter in my car dying Three men—one a client…
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Héctor’s Gonna Do What Héctor’s Gonna Do!

Twice daily we go hiking. Although many might assume because we work for ourselves that we don’t keep to a schedule, we are actually ruled by routine. Our day always starts out the same. The three roosters remind us why we no longer need an alarm clock. The time varies but they generally start the…
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