We just started the year off with two destination session and this one is to Puerto Rico. We searched around the East Coast for a 16-17 Century style buildings, but nothing compared to the fortresses of Puerto Rico. San Felipe del Morro Fortress is a sight everyone must go visit when going to Puerto Rico. The entry fee for general admission is just $5 (when we went)… for photography you must call in advance for a permit, which is really easy to get through the rangers there, ask for Julia. We took Sneha and Ronak, as always, on a short hike up a mountain through two amazing bat caves. We were able to just barely squeeze through some narrow passages with all our equipment, which led to the famous Window Cave. The window looks out into a lush forest floor below where the thousands of bats fly out to each night to feast. After spending 3 hours on the west side of the island we headed back to the north east side to Old San Juan and it’s busy streets with colorful buildings. Ended our day at the fortress which is 5 stories of a photographer’s dream. 17th century elements so nicely preserved that take you back to the days of how the island was protected against invaders and pirates.