Another sunny day on this sunny island.
This is what is says in Spanish. My wife told me. Of course I could use Bing translator, but she is good with Spanish, so I use real human translator services when I can.
I wonder if this sign has any legal bearing there and cops will take you away or write a ticket. It could be that it actually belongs to some local mafia boss, they will “take” away your car if you are full enough to park there. No idea. I didn’t take this photo because of that sign. You can probably guess why I took it.
This alley is pretty. Isn’t it?
Who is Who
As you can see, this was taken inside restaurant. My wife is blending into the scene like she is one of those folks out there in the country. This place is known for serving traditional local cuisine dishes. While I don’t think I loved the food, I think it was pretty good, but I don’t remember what I ate. Probably some plantains and pork, or maybe some other dish. I think I drank mojitos, which were pretty good, it helped that we didn’t have to drive and could get back to our hotel by some other means.
This time around I’d like you to try and name the restaurant itself. If you have been to this place, you’d probably recognize it, the lady in white dress on the right side looks exactly the same as the hostess who took our name and put on the waiting list and later helped us to our table. She was as pretty as the one on this photo.
Weekend update: This time around no one even attempted to guess where it is. Interesting. While the name of the restaurant is right there in the photo. It is called “Raices” and has some of the best Puerto Rican food.
About twelve month ago we were in Puerto Rico on a short spring break, away from any cold we are still experiencing on the East coast this year. One of the mornings I looked out our window and saw this nice girl saying “Good Morning” to all of us. I had to take a photo.
Good morning to you all as well!