So a friend of mine recently asked if I had any pictures from San Juan, and I answered – Yes, I do. However, I've just been too lazy or busy to put them up. Well, I'm trying to rectify that now, so here are some images from those few short days on that very pretty island.
I went down to Puerto Rico to help with an iPad deployment, and I was busy for much of the working hours. Now while I did not have lots of time after work, I would have been able to see some sights in the evenings before the sun went down, however, it was an unusually stormy few days with lightning and thunder that reminded me of home. Thankfully, the last full day in country I was about to visit Castillo de San Cristobal – a Spanish fort built in the 1600s to defend the landward approaches to San Juan city. The harbor of San Juan was recognized by the Spanish as a very important anchorage for their merchant ships, so defense was needed. This massive fort complemented the older fort protecting San Juan harbor – El Morro (built in the 1500s). The images below show shots of both forts and some shots of old San Juan. Hope you enjoy.