Today September 20, 2018, marks the first anniversary of Hurricane Maria.
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Move over Pókemon Go and geocaching there’s a new family-friendly activity going on in Puerto Rico right now. What is it? It’s “Proyecto 78 pueblos 1 bandera” (78 flags 1 town). It’s basically looking for flags that are strategically painted across the island.
Proyecto: 78 pueblos y 1 bandera Ubicación: Manatí, Playa Mar Chiquita Carr. 648
On September 20th Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria. On October 27th, exactly one month and a week later I traveled to Puerto Rico to bring provisions to family and friends on a Mission of Love: Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Effort Trip.
Puerto Ricans in the diaspora with a mission of love.
At the airport, I realized I wasn’t the only one lugging boxes and suitcases of provisions. I spoke to a few people who were on the same mission that I was on! To bring to their loved ones some relief. We joked about how heavy our bags were, and how batteries are a hot commodity in Puerto Rico. We weren’t strangers talking. We were Puerto Ricans in the diaspora sharing one thing in common: to help our families. Read More…
The Puerto Rican roast pork or as it’s commonly known “lechón asado” is a staple in every menu across the island during the Christmas holiday. Served with arroz con gandules (rice with pigeon peas), guineos en escabeche (pickled green bananas), pasteles (similar to tamales), and ensalada de coditos (cold pasta salad) it is an explosion of flavors and pure deliciousness!
Be warned! This menu is not for those on a diet!?