3 Days Travelling in Puerto Rico



In this week’s episode we’re in Puerto Rico! We head to the beach for a few hours, then we go to visit El Yunque Rainforest before ending up in the beautiful old town of San Juan.

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what's up guys welcome to the episode of goat live TV where we show you a little bit of our day-to-day live we were in Barbados for six weeks pet-sitting and we had a blast and then last night we flew here to San Juan Puerto Rico and today is a beautiful day so we're just chillin by the beach we're going to show you around let's go all right before I head up to the water come check out this room this is numero uno guest house and we checked in last night beautiful room and really clean actually really modern and this is where I was just standing at the start of the video and I mean look at this view right in front of our room we can use this deck any time as a restaurant downstairs pretty nice awesome place we put out of the beach morning guys we woke up this morning had breakfast at our hotel and we picked up our car what he's right in front of us we've been upgraded again yeah we got a pretty nice ride so we're going to explore a Yaqui rainforest today and also the old town of San Juan let's go guys you you Oh okay so we're here at El Djem que national park and it's closed there's so many cars here I guess the parking lot up there is full so they're not letting anybody through for the rest of the day no hiking you can't even walk up there you can't drive walk anything so everybody's basically pissed off sitting in this parking lot so what we did dude always replay the drone up and I got a couple shots and it's beautiful I wish we could go out further but now basically we're going to turn around go back down and check out San Juan so let's get back in the car so we made our way back to the guesthouse and we picked up this map and they told us where to go in San Juan which is where we're heading now it's the old town it's one it is the oldest Spanish settlement in America because this is technically the United States and it's supposed to be gorgeous so we're gonna hop in the car and get on the way there now okay so after getting horribly lost we've made it to that one which is the old town and we don't really have a plan we're just going to walk around and see what see yeah it so far it's beautiful there's some old pastel colored buildings and like couple stuffy yeah colonial architecture it's really nice actually so we have nowhere to go keep walking we had time so we're just kind of choosing some back streets like whatever looks really funky and cool this one looks so San Juan is also known for having like this really nice blue cobblestone and it's beautiful it kind of reflects the colors of the buildings as well so it turns into kind of a multicolored place to walk on it's just an awesome so as we're walking around the roads also kind of open up into these nice big open plazas and there's just kind of people hanging out in the park coming out I really wanted to bring the drone today but I said no three said no so I would have been flying the drone over San Juan today but I wasn't allowed so we just wanted to have an easy walking day nothing too much to stress about and the drone can be stressful and heavy and heavy to carry around yeah and it's hard today very very hot so behind us here is San Felipe del Morro fort and it looks like it's got a beautiful view back at the city and also over the seat and it's a good thing we didn't bring the drone because there's tons of kites here flying in the sky you're definitely good tangled oh whatever I would have flown above the kite love to show you guys this from the sky yeah yeah next time guys next time the drone is coming with us we finished up at the Ford we walked around there for a good hour and it was right in the Sun and it was hot so now we had to chill out kind of sit down we found this little side of the road bar bistro kind of thing so we're just going to sit down here have a beer eat some food and then go return the car and that'll be the end of the date alright guys that's it we had a fantastic time here in Puerto Rico spent some time on the beach in front of our guest house went to El Yunque even though we didn't get to do any hiking or any things it was closed down went into San Juan wandered around the el morro fort and just loved it I mean this island is really cool really Latin flavor and we had a good time yeah we're only here for three nights which wasn't nearly long enough but we still got a really good taste for it and tomorrow morning at about 6 o'clock we are heading to the airport and we're going to Istanbul all right so that's not a bad set of goat live TV see you next week bye you

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  1. Hi!
    i Live in Puerto Rico. And I am so glad you had a great time here! And share with others how Beautiful is owr Island. You'll have to come back. There is a lot more Beautiful and fun places to visit!🌴❤😁

  2. My boyfriend and I are going to Puerto Rico in May. I am thinking of documentation for the journey. What kind of camera and stick and drone do you use if you dont mind me asking?

  3. Coming to PR in a month or so and definitely looking to do EL Yunque, I just hope it is not too busy then.  It took us a couple years to save for this and would hate to be disappointed.  Are you guys just on a 6 week vacation?

  4. I was waiting for your drone shots of San Juan…with bated breath because I HAVE flown over the "La Perla' section of Olde Towne and they DO NOT LIKE IT. Two dudes came up to me, yelling at me in Spanish, I began taking the copter down, a bystander said they were telling me to hurry to take it down because I was going to get my ass kicked. Swear to God. I'm 6'1 able bodied white guy so I don;t run into issues like this often. But the men that were running up to me yelling were trying to help me escape. Two more younger dudes were walking at a fast pace towards us, I saw them and took the drone down grabbed it and walked swiftly towards my hotel, The Gallery Inn, right on the edge of La Perla and those two younger dudes got close to me, saying "Come here, American.", "Hey, come here!", and if I had been stupid I may have walked over to apologize…well, he already had a fist sized rock in his hand, he threw two rocks at me from 50 feet away and one of them hit me right in the ear. I barely got into gate and more rocks came at me. The hotel manager said they would have beat my ass and taken it. They don't like drones flying over their houses. Hotel refused to call the police saying it would cause more trouble. LOL. This was Feb 2015. DO NOT FLY YOUR DRONE OVER LA PERLA AREA…:) 100% true bro…I too have vowed to fly again…From the hotel roof, lolol..:)

  5. I was waiting for your drone shots of San Juan…with bated breath because I HAVE flown over the "La Perla' section of Olde Towne and they DO NOT LIKE IT. Two dudes came up to me, yelling at me in Spanish, I began taking the copter down, a bystander said they were telling me to hurry to take it down because I was going to get my ass kicked. Swear to God. I'm 6'1 able bodied white guy so I don;t run into issues like this often. But the men that were running up to me yelling were trying to help me escape. Two more younger dudes were walking at a fast pace towards us, I saw them and took the drone down grabbed it and walked swiftly towards my hotel, The Gallery Inn, right on the edge of La Perla and those two younger dudes got close to me, saying "Come here, American.", "Hey, come here!", and if I had been stupid I may have walked over to apologize…well, he already had a fist sized rock in his hand, he threw two rocks at me from 50 feet away and one of them hit me right in the ear. I barely got into gate and more rocks came at me. The hotel manager said they would have beat my ass and taken it. They don't like drones flying over their houses. Hotel refused to call the police saying it would cause more trouble. LOL. This was Feb 2015. DO NOT FLY YOUR DRONE OVER LA PAERLA AREA…:) 100% true bro…I too have vowed to fly again…From the hotel roof, lolol..:)

  6. I was waiting for your drone shots of San Juan…with bated breath because I HAVE flown over the "La Perla' section of Olde Towne and they DO NOT LIKE IT. Two dudes came up to me, yelling at me in Spanish, I began taking the copter down, a bystander said they were telling me to hurry to take it down because I was going to get my ass kicked. Swear to God. I'm 6'1 able bodied white guy so I don;t run into issues like this often. But the men that were running up to me yelling were trying to help me escape. Two more younger dudes were walking at a fast pace towards us, I saw them and took the drone down grabbed it and walked swiftly towards my hotel, The Gallery Inn, right on the edge of La Perla and those two younger dudes got close to me, saying "Come here, American.", "Hey, come here!", and if I had been stupid I may have walked over to apologize…well, he already had a fist sized rock in his hand, he threw two rocks at me from 50 feet away and one of them hit me right in the ear. I barely got into gate and more rocks came at me. The hotel manager said they would have beat my ass and taken it. They don't like drones flying over their houses. Hotel refused to call the police saying it would cause more trouble. LOL. This was Feb 2015. DO NOT FLY YOUR DRONE OVER LA PAERLA AREA…:) 100% true bro…I too have vowed to fly again…From the hotel roof, lolol..:)

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