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During the last year, as Raul moved to a job as IT developer at Microsoft in Humacao, next to El Yunque east side. The i took the opportunity of regular explorations there. One documented elsewhere was a 3-day hike all across the forest (about 25kim) crossing the Rio Sabana Trail and then Tradewinds trail, sleeping on the trail. But most often i have gone many times to the Rio Sabana park to explore the rivers, the Rio Sabana trails many offshoots and streams and the lost PR 191 link due to a huge landslide. There is so much here to...

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Please contact Raul at: 787-669-4773 (East coast time zone) Email: Raul@yunquexplorer.com Mailing Address: 292 Dr Pedro Hernandez, Isabela, PR 00662 Note: During weekends I may be out for a few days, and sometimes a week when exploring the forest. All orders will send email as they progress, with shipment info and tracking numbers. We recommend to enter a full email address in the 1st order. regards raul e garcia  

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Somehow we tend to miss the details … like the image of the decaying leaves. And eventually we will come to realize, that our lives take meaning when we are calmer and again rediscover the BEAUTY in the all obvious DETAILS all around us. The beauty of the people, of the clouds and sky, the ground plants, the sensations of the wind, the sense of touch and all sensations, ideas that come and go, feelings etc. It was just a step in the 14 KM Tradewinds trail, but at some point in my explorations I look around for all the...

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The Rio Sabana trail actually joins with the Trade Winds trail to complete a path of over 30km. Our main photographic focus is the river itself .  At parts the trail is lost due to hurricane damage or landslides. At about 4 river crossings there are real dangers.   For this I started on the Sabana Park near Naguabo. Followed the trail until the river crossing were I slept, it was actually flooded due to a lot of rain. Then I explored the river for a half a day - I was calm again. Then decided to take the trail...

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