We have been busy at the finca, but we’ve also been out and about quite a bit. We always see such interesting things and have so much fun whenever we go out. I often don’t have the camera with me or I just miss something, but here are a few occasions where we managed to capture the moment just right.
When the waves were up and kicking at the lighthouse
If you’re hanging out at a true Boricua bar, you’ll know it by the artwork on the walls, the generous amounts of mayo-ketchup you are served and the big pot of homemade cuajito on the counter -yum!
Our latest gig with our band the Rincón Continentals was at Playa Beach Bar -Yes, that translates to Beach Beach Bar -lol (photo thanks to Daisy)
Mark, Ric, Chris, Me and Britton loading up gear and having fun after the show
Here’s a fun cover we do of Love Rollercoaster!
The sky and water have been so blue lately!
Epic Easter Party shenanigans at Summer and Stefan’s! Surfing down a slip ‘n slide! How cool is this! (Thanks to Missy for this photo!)
Driving is ever the absurdity with speaker trucks like these!
Or monster trucks like this one without doors
And where is the best place for a kid’s birthday party (or anyone’s really)? The beach of course!
And it’s also apparently a good place for computer repair too! Who knew!?
And you’ll really feel like a boss when you’re playing at a billiards hall furnished with office chairs! haha!
And don’t forget to take in the most gorgeous ocean views while filling up with gas or washing your car!
How can you not love a place like this?! It’s so much fun!
The other day we had an ambulance come down the drive to our house. We are basically at the end of a calle sin salida (dead end road) with only one other house slightly lower and so only very rarely do we have anyone drive past. Even more so, there is a pretty major little hill just as you reach our property. Not even the ice cream truck dares to take this incline for fear of not getting back up. Well, the ambulance wasn’t quite as smart. Thankfully, they weren’t actually on an emergency call and just happened to be lost. (Often people take private ambulance rides for doctors appointments and things; it’s a different type of service than what we northerners normally think.) Still it was pretty hilarious and a good reminder not to count on the ambulance for speedy service! Check out this video.
They eventually made it up! But it took about 10 minutes
We also have had fun going out. We stopped by the Art Walk this week and watched a little unicycling performance. You never know what you might see!
Unicycles at the Art Walk
Another show we went to recently was a reggae concert at Playa Beach bar (weird name for a bar, I know). This is the bar of Villa Antonio and it’s right on the beach. A great venue for a show. We saw P-Dub and friends again. One of our favorite perennial bands and our friend Mark plays with them so it’s even cooler.