Sunday, October 27, 2019

This time we went to Villa Pesquera in Isabela. Without a doubt, one of the best places to enjoy our sport of paramotor and with spectacular views. Yesterday was windy, but today was simply perfect.

Team Kamikazes pilots and friends present:

Pablo Cruz and his wife Millie
Alex Diaz and his wife Belén
Gabriel Martínez and his wife Arlene
Luis Ruiz
Omar Román
Gregory Santiago
José Villanueva (Possible student of the Team)

The morning began with the coordination of flights of Edgardo Santiago and his family, residents of Aguada. They  had come to live their experience in the paramotor. And not only that, we also have very good conditions to enjoy it.

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Sunday, October 27, 2019

Posted by Edgar Santiago on Sunday, October 27, 2019

The first to fly with Luis was the young Yadier, followed by his mother Maria and finally Edgardo. Everyone had a great time and promising to return. (See videos and photos below). The possible student José Villanueva, a native of Quebradillas, shared with us and took videos. We will let you know if he decide to start his course.

While this was happening, Pablo, Omar, Alex, Gregory and Gabriel flew around in flight routes that included the Guajataca Tunnel in Quebradillas and Jobos Beach in Isabela. The wind remained constant at about 10 mph from the NE (rising to about 15 mph at 2 PM). It was nice to see Alex and Gabriel progress in the sport as they are doing. Even Gabriel with these executions, climbed to two stars in his flight level, Congratulations!

In the afternoon there was hunger. Luis, Gregory and Omar took off towards Jobos Beach, with the idea of ​​landing there and buying “empanadillas” and “alcapurrias” at a local restaurant. Then bring the food back to Villa Pesquera. This was done successfully and there are some very good photos and videos of this 😉.

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Sunday, October 27, 2019

After that we decided to finish the activity. Is Sunday and for some of those who said present, there is a lot of road to travel before arriving at their homes. To all who came, thank you very much, very appreciated.

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