100 Things to do in Puerto Rico Before You Die

by | Apr 8, 2020

100 Things to Do in Puerto Rico Book

Last updated on February 8th, 2022

By travel writer Amy Gordon, 100 Things to Do in Puerto Rico Before You Die: Your Guidebook to the Best of Puerto Rico.

I used this book extensively travelling in Puerto Rico and found it to be a great guide to off-the-beaten-track places.  You can read some of Amy’s tips here and watch her Facebook Live Interview on YouTube.

The must-have resource for first-time visitors and long-time locals.

Learn more here: 100thingspuertorico.com/buy-the-book

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  1. Genevieve Short

    Hi, I would like to recommend a new novel out by Oliver Gee called “Paris on Air”.

    Oliver has a Podcast called “The Earful Tower” on which he has regular podcasts on his life and loves in Paris.

    The novel is about Oliver’s first 5 years in Paris and is an extremely interesting and humorous account. I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who loves Paris.


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