Episode 10: San Juan Puerto Rico Travel Tips (After Hurricane Maria)

Travel Tips For Visiting Puerto Rico

Eseosa “Sosa” Eke is a brand stylist and design consultant with a knack for helping real estate professionals, entrepreneurs, and small businesses build authentic and recognizable brands. At her nine to five, she runs the marketing department for The Bronx and Westchester’s largest privately held commercial real estate firm. Sosa is also my best friend and frequent travel companion. Over the years we’ve traveled to Bermuda, Iceland, and San Francisco together. This was Sosa’s second trip to Puerto Rico and my first.

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In this episode we cover:

  • San Juan on a budget
  • Our travel styles – why we love short trips
  • Our favorite things about San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • What we would do differently next time
San Cristóbal, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
Condado Beach, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Getting an Airbnb in San Juan is an affordable way to save on lodging.

Uber is also affordable, fast and convenient in San Juan.

Helpful Tip: There are no Ubers available from San Juan International Airport (SJU) only metered taxis. Our 15-minute taxi ride to our Airbnb (which cost $70 a night) in San Juan cost $26 which included tip.

Connect with Eseosa:

Email: hello@eseosaeke.com

Want to afford to travel more? Listen to Episode 2: Why You Need a Travel Fund and learn why having a travel fund is an easy way to start making travel a financial priority in your life.

Need help packing for Puerto Rico – grab my essentials packing list!

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2 replies
  1. Ryan K Biddulph says:

    Thanks for sharing Danielle. I look forward to seeing Puerto Rico; such a short flight from my native New Jersey.

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