On a humid, buggy Friday evening in Puerto Rico's Old San Juan, it's quiet. A handful of tourists peek through the windows of closed stores while locals, like Joseph Saltero, are clustered in a bar.
"They have air conditioning and you want to watch TV. I mean, once I go home later, there's nothing but heat and mosquitoes," he said.
A few doors away, Reyes Hiraldo waits tables at an almost empty restaurant. "This is my first day back. We were closed because we didn't have power. I have two kids. It's been very hard," he explained.