Remains of old tanks that the US Marine used in the island of Culebra. This island were a practice site for the US Marine with live missiles.
Monthly Archives: July 2010
One day I was waiting in a parking lot near a basketball court, there was this lonely kid throwing some ball, ALONE. That is one of the problems of our island, there are many places to play some hoop, but there are no leagues or tournaments that motivate the kids or their parents. At last […]
Our capital is surrounded by a wall on the north side. This wall also covers the Governors House or “Palacio de Santa Catalina”. Since the spaniards, this was the house of governors and still is. The wall have sentinels post’s all around. Here you can see a view of one of the posts and the […]
We still have memories from our colonial past with Spain. One of the most recognizable of all is the San Felipe del Morro Fort. This fort is the biggest in all the americas and once defended the city of San Juan from invasions from the Dutch, English and pirates. This was used in the Steven […]
I found this image very appealing. I took it in 2006 while watching a local marathon. I saw this woman athlete in a wheel chair with a fierce effort but also with agony in her face. At that moment she was climbing a little hill, but after this place came the most difficult part of […]