Puerto Rico bound

November 13, 2010 at 10:38 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Yesterday evening our hosts for the 2011 ISAF Annual Conference, Puerto Rico, held a cocktail party to get us in the mood for next year.

Vice-President Eric Tulla invited us to ‘come and enjoy the beauty of our Island’ and presented some the Puerto Rican delights that await delegates. With blue skies, turquoise seas and Puerto Rico’s rich and colourful culture it is sure to be a fantastic venue for the Conference.

The conference will be at the The Caribe Hilton and for those of you planning to go to the Conference please book early as it the prime tourist season in Puerto Rico so the hotel will sell out and we all want to be together.

Before the conference next year, there are opportunities to join two pre-conference excursions. Firstly there is a chance to sail around the stunning Spanish Virgin Islands, the Island of Vieques and on to Culebra. And for land lovers a Puerto Rican Paradores visiting some of the Islands many beautiful spots such as the El Yunque National Park (the Rainforest of Puerto Rico), Las Cuevas de Camuy National Park (The Caves of Camuy) the Mountains of Puerto Rico and more. It all looks very tempting.

The reaction from the ISAF Council and everyone else at the party certainly seem to suggest that it’s a popular choice as someone pointed out “never before have I heard a venue for the next conference to get whoops and cheers’.

Vice President Eric Tulla

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