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In the very quiet, secluded Ocean Park neighborhood, you’ll find The Dreamcatcher. The rooms have no TVs, there are outdoor showers, and the kitchen is completely vegetarian. 

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Chef Jerome Valencia brings artistry to the vegetarian culinary scene in Puerto Rico. As a follower of the Rastafari movement, Jerome and his friends began a campaign in a place where there wasn’t even a market, leading to a decade-long sojourn that Jerome refers to as his life’s path. Equal parts chef, musician, and visionary, Jerome is propelled by a different way of seeing things, a consciousnes...

Puerto Rico’s main attractions are undoubtedly its abundance of sandy beaches and welcoming tropical climate. But even if you’re not a beach bum, there are a host of other reasons to head to the island’s capital city of San Juan. The dining scene is currently booming, and the historic charm of the cobblestone streets of Old San Juan are always a draw. Now, there’s a bona fide art scene in the neigh...

Sylvia de Marco was one of the pioneers of Calle Loíza’s renaissance, opening her vegetarian haven in 2012 and festooning it with hammocks, plants, buddhas, candles and, yes, dreamcatchers. The vibe is resolutely new-agey: you’re thanked for “sharing your energy in our home and being part of the beautiful menagerie that creates the Dreamcatcher”. And while guests can cook their own (meat-free) food...

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