So, for my last Puerto Rico post, I present you with the whimsical architecture and colors of Old San Juan. I loved how I could look down a narrow, cobblestone street lined with colorful buildings and see the sea at the bottom of the hill. Honestly, I just get excited to see hills period half the time because southeast Louisiana is so flat and I grew up in hilly, mountainous Maine. Until my next visit, I sadly conclude my Puerto Rico posts, but I highly recommend that anyone who loves history, good food and the ocean visit. It’s as affordable as going to the keys, yet more storied and you really feel like you’re getting away, that it’s foreign. And if you are passport challenged it is perfect because as a U.S. Citizen, you don’t need one.