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Pixie Piper at the Puerto Rico ComicCon 2017

Here’s a glimpse of the Puerto Rico ComicCon. If you are ever on the island for this event, you should probably go. It’s fun!

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For the 3rd year in a row I’ve had a booth at the Puerto Rico ComicCon. Let me just start by saying that I love it! The ComicCon is a very happy place. It’s not only a great place for me to showcase my books, but also a wonderful opportunity to meet like-minded people and spread my writing wings. This year, I debuted volume 2 of The Adventures of Pixie Piper series: The Trove of the Water Dragon. I hope people like the book. Of course, my favorite part about the whole experience is the cosplayers. It’s all about the cosplayers. Thank you guys for being so creative and awesome. I leave you with the pics. Enjoy!

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14 – “El Catorce”

Aquí un lugar que suena de lo más interesante. Artículo original de La Mafia, Puerto Rico

Best Caribbean Island for Doing Business

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What’s the best island in the Caribbean for ease of doing business? Caribbean Journal says, “According to the newest edition of the World Bank’s annual Doing Business report, it’s Puerto Rico — again.” If we compare Puerto Rico to other Latin American countries, Colombia, Mexico and Chile outrank the island, while in terms of global comparisons, Singapore is number one (with New Zealand, China, Denmark, Republic of Korea, and Norway following closely behind). here are excerpts from Caribbean Journal:

Puerto Rico ranked 47th in the world for the ease of doing business, just ahead of Romania and behind Rwanda.

The Doing Business project, which first launched in 2002, provides what it calls “objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 189 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level.”

The top-ranked CARICOM country for doing business was Jamaica, which showed significant improvement following a number of reforms…

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Paseo Piñones, Scenic Bike Route @ Loíza, Puerto Rico

This bike route is definitely Yarari!

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This is the path that veers away from road 187. This is the path that veers away from road 187.

Piñones is a small treasure of possibilities. From natural seawater pools, surfing spots, chinchorros with traditional fried foods like alcapurrias and bacalaítos, to fishing, fruit frappes and a pretty cool and ecologically diverse bike route. All this, only minutes from San Juan.

From The Baldorioty de Castro Expressway or from Ave. Isla Verde, take road 187 to Piñones. The path starts turning left right after the bridge, but you may park along any part and just start riding. We stopped at a natural fruit frappe shop right after the bridge and headed on towards Soleil Beach Club where there is usually some parking. Yup. We parked, unloaded our bikes and off we went. The path changes from wood to road several times so prep your tushy.

The Atlantic Ocean The Atlantic Ocean

Menacing, yet enticing, the Atlantic Ocean crashes to your left as…

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