Many of you enjoy my beach pictures and most of the time I try to project the beauty of Puerto Rico.
Only on certain occasions do I share the negatives of living on an island. An island where some individuals care very little about the lives of others.
I always joke around that one of my biggest fears are the reckless drivers in the tourist zones here on the Island.
Reckless Tour Guide
But little would I think that a tour guide by the name of Eric Daniel Moccabee would endanger the lives of my loved ones.
Tonight at about 6:30pm our beloved neighbor’s dog Paloma, a old 12 year old Spanish Mastiff, was almost run over as Eric Moccabee rammed his van into the San Juan Water Club’s entrance.
When my neighbor, who was almost the other victim decided to tap the van so he could be careful, Eric decided to launch expletives at my neighbor.
When I decided to stop him from insulting who almost became a victim of his, he decided to come after me by insulting and threatening to kick my ass.
After all the expletives were sent my way. Some expletives mentioning his tiny penis (there must be a reason why he was acting up), I took a few pictures being careful that he did not hit me as he came at me a couple of times.
While he created this scene instead of apologizing for almost running over my neighbor and her dog Paloma, his van was full of tourists.
He was picking up two tourists from the San Juan Water and Beach Club and he was ok with running over dogs and humans to make it to his destination.
Why does Puerto Rico Tourism Tolerate this Behavior?
I have many friends, some of them who were in the Boy scouts with me, which are honest and hard working individuals work in this industry on the island. It has been almost impossible for them to operate under tourism’s terms. So how is a guy like Erik Moccabee allowed to be an ambassador of our Island?
His thug attitude and foul language should not be allowed in any profession much less one working with tourists.
Who would want to support anyone who would harm humans and animals to make a few dollars?
Who I think should not Support Eric!
- Pet Lovers
- Anyone who loves life
- Friends of Puerto Rico
- Tourists coming to Puerto Rico
- Other Tourism Vendors
- Hotels who want their guests to feel safe
- Restaurant owners and tour operators that want their guest to feel safe.
Don’t miss out on how Erik and his Wife post Good Reviews of his work?
I wonder if the other reviews are his family members.
Well I was right on that one. Here is a review by his wife.
If you are publishing a public review online it is critical you disclose your relationship. Not only is this illegal violating FTC law by endorsing and not disclosing the relationship it’s also bad for business.