Upon entry in PR:
Seems far closer to my ideal society than Cuba or mainland USA does!
No huge police presence.
No huge government presence.
Things seem to work.
So much to think, see, do, try, say, etc.
Things often go "wrong," mistakes happen, etc., but you find ways to travel.
By the way, I think I'm a solid fit for travel, or travel for me.
There's even a subway in San Juan, apparently! :)
Apparently it's hard to get decent Airbnb directions in PR, too. :)
So far Puerto Rico seems like a bigger, more modern society than I would have guessed.
Pop. 5 million? 3 million.
I want to spend a couple of weeks catching up, exploring town, working, meeting people, eating, etc.
Then, maybe a month or two expanding throughout the city.
Then maybe a month or two seeing the rest of the country.
Then maybe boat to Dominican Republic, ride to Haiti? Return to PR?
See if other ferries. Can maybe make PR a base.
Seems like a dense enough country to supply interest for some time, m a few months.
Fresh new country! :)
Part of America. I'll probably get annoyed at the American stuff again soonish. For now it's a breath of fresh air! :)
I'm going for a more tolerant attitude, towards people, places, activities, etc., in PR.
I like small towns.
Big cities can be too loud.
First settle in! :)
Out from the Cuban internet blockade! :)