Travel Blogs from Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

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Ometepe Island - Day 1, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Ometepe Island - Day 1

A travel blog entry by elbuscador

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... to see.  Made it to Riva and then a taxi to San Jorge (C$50.00) the town next to Lake Nicaragua from where the Ferries depart for the Ometepe Island. I know they overcharged me... but, I felt like an idiot not knowing any better and not in the mood ...

Isla de Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Isla de Ometepe

A travel blog entry by fnasse

Beautiful island with perfect volcanoes in the middle of the lake. Story and pictures on ...

Central America, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Central America

A travel blog entry by rhea_

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... atrocius spelling and grammar here. So, for the last 3 days, Robbie and I have been on the stunning inner country Island of Ometepe in Nicaragua.  Ill give you a brief idea of the geography- Ometepe is an island housing 2 dormant volcanos on the huge ...

Ometepe Island, Nicaragua, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by michael.sandi

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... Nicaraguan cigars so we bought some. We then took a private transfer to the port of San Jorge so we could catch a ferry to Ometepe Island. It took 90 minutes to arrive and it was a beautiful ride past the volcanoes. Ome means two and tepe means peaks ...

Ometepe beach time, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Ometepe beach time

A travel blog entry by jensadventures

Got up at 9am today, had waffles and fruit for breakfast. After breakfast I went and lay on a sunlounger on the beach and got a little burnt! Wanted to ride horses along the beach this afternoon but the horse rent place was closed for an afternoon ...

Ometepe Island Day 3, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Ometepe Island Day 3

A travel blog entry by montgomeryr3

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today was a good day - we climbed a volcano - volcano maderas - our guide met us at 7am and we took off. it is about 4000 ft at the summit not sure what elevation we started from - felt like 0 its a dormant volcano with a cloud forest (similar to ...

Jun 16, 2015, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Jun 16, 2015

A travel blog entry by rkushner

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Hard hike to the top of Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Hard hike to the top of Ometepe

A travel blog entry by martin.bachmann

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In Nicaragua!, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

In Nicaragua!

A travel blog entry by zgirls

... $40 taxi ride. The strike has been nonviolent, it just costs more and is more difficult to get around. But we are on the Ometepe islands, safe and happy, and we will spend a few days here. After this, we will either make it on a ferry to Granada, or ...

Nov 21, 2010, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Nov 21, 2010

A travel blog entry by olisandra

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Over the border to Nicaragua, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Over the border to Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by lachance

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... , a small village on the Lago de Nicaragua (Lake Nicaragua).  On the way we got nice glimpses of Isla de Ometepe (Ometepe Island)  and the 2 incredible volcanos that are present.  On the way we even passed a huge wind turbine farm which ...

Sickness, dickheads, goodbyes, power rum & singing, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Sickness, dickheads, goodbyes, power rum & singing

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

... riding today and either climbing to the waterfall tomorrow or try and get one of the boys to take me on a motorbike to see the island.  Still I got up to say goodbye to Ben and Jack as I won't see them again on this trip :( after I literally went ...

Volcanoes and vultures., Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Volcanoes and vultures.

A travel blog entry by queenietord

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Well now I'm in Nicaragua and the weather is so much hotter. The border crossing was much more bearable but still took 3hrs 45. However this time Yves was able to do everything for us and we sat in the shade. We left the bus and got on a ferry to this ...

Cooling off in Volcanic mineral pools, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Cooling off in Volcanic mineral pools

A travel blog entry by ramazzini

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... go to Ojo de Agua, some volcanic mineral pools.  It was SO nice!  We´ll stay on the island one more night and head to Costa Rica tomorrow. Nicaragua has been a good place to travel on a tight budget, but we´re a little worried about Costa ...

Isla Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Isla Ometepe

A travel blog entry by donpablo

6dec ...

River deep.. Mountain High, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

River deep.. Mountain High

A travel blog entry by muzbec

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... scientist. But we figured considering there were two volcanoes, joined by an isthmus, in the middle of the massive fresh water Lake Nicaragua, our chances of actually seeing the volcanoes might be a little better. But first we had to get to the port city ...

Navegando en el Cocibolca hscia la isla, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Navegando en el Cocibolca hscia la isla

A travel blog entry by douglasmad815

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... un italiano con diez años de residencia que vive en Moyogalpa y viaja todos los días a SJ. Le pregunté qué lo traía a Nicaragua?  Me fijo « ver tanta gente vivir sin trabajar y quise aprender» ¿ Y ha aprendido?  « aquí hay muy buenos ...

Gringo summer camp, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Gringo summer camp

A travel blog entry by teampeacock

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Granada was nice, but after a few days of city life it was time for some country charm. This time it was to the Island of Ometepe in Lago Nicaragua. Lake Nicaragua is that giant body of water in the south-west corner fo the country, and let me tell you, ...

One island, two volcanoes on Ometepe Island, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

One island, two volcanoes on Ometepe Island

A travel blog entry by dreams2reality

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... to get to the port in San Jorge. From there I had an hour ferry ride across the giant Lake Nicaragua to Moyogalpa which is the largest town on Ometepe Island. Then I took one last chicken bus to the beach town of Santa Domingo, which is located on the ...

The beautiful island of Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

The beautiful island of Ometepe

A travel blog entry by brits_abroad

... in the lake and sipping margaritas as the daylight faded. It was glorious. From Granada, we travelled to the island of Ometepe in the middle of Lake Nicaragua. The island is made up of two volcanoes and we were staying near the smaller of the two at ...

Volcanic island, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Volcanic island

A travel blog entry by dianaford

After a bus and a boat ride we arrived the island of Ometepe which has not 1 but 2 volcanos on it in the middle of Lake Nicaragua. Our lovely little beach hotel was situated in the valley between the two. We had 2 nights here and I must say, I did ...

Tired on an island, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Tired on an island

A travel blog entry by roryd

... with dwindling time-scales though: you try and pack in as much as you can in order to make the most of it.  We certainly didn't make the most of Ometepe though, but hopefully the rest will stand us in good stead for the rest of Nicaragua and beyond! ...

A Day of Rest and Exhaustion, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

A Day of Rest and Exhaustion

A travel blog entry by megdoestdf2010

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Our full day at Totoco EcoLodge was a mixture of experiences. Marnie, recovering from her stomach "event" took it easy and rested at the lodge.  All day… in a hammock…with a book.  And a dip in the swimming pool.  And a ...

A beautiful oasis on Australia Day, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

A beautiful oasis on Australia Day

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... . Cameo appearance by Tiny. Dinner of lobster in garlic butter was nice. Paid the bill for the last two days. Evening '17' patio highlights included my Elvis version during Suspicious Minds and flag folding by Elaine. It was a good last day in ...

Ometepe trip, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Ometepe trip

A travel blog entry by cutie88

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had lots fun! will write more, later..... But just from a local's point of view......GET A BICYCLE WHEN VISITING OMETEPE, RENT A CAR OR ANYTHING YOU CAN, BECAUSE THERE IS LITTLE TRANSPORTATION THERE, WE HAD TO ASK STRANGERS FOR A RIDE ON THE BACK OF THEIR ...

Monkeys and Volcanoes in the middle of the Lake, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Monkeys and Volcanoes in the middle of the Lake

A travel blog entry by padilla8

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Ometepe Island in the middle of lake Nicaragua....this place has an almost magical, fairytale-ish sort of feel to it. It is hard to be sure why exactly but then there is this this to consider.... This island rises up out of a gigantic lake  formed ...

fourteen, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

fourteen

A travel blog entry by danica-altin

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... like Happy Canada Day than Merry Christmas though. After Christmas we moved over to Ometepe, which is an island of twin volcanoes rising out of lake Nicaragua. It seems to be an extremely relaxed place where it takes a while to get anywhere and ...

Volcano climb, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Volcano climb

A travel blog entry by pierre-zuzana

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... the lake. That night it didn’t take me long to fall into a deep sleep. It was at 8pm! L’ile Ometepe est sur le lac Nicaragua, le plus grand d’Amérique central. Deux cônes de formes parfaites émergent de cette ile volcanique à 1610m ...

Hell Hole Ometepe, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Hell Hole Ometepe

A travel blog entry by jessandross

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... a bit worn out from being sick and everyone is just pooped from all the travel. So we decided to hire scooters and ride around the island!! We had 5 bikes - 3 with 2 people and the others single. We made it to a natural spring for a nice cool swim in the ...

Nicaragua - Andy, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua travel blog

Nicaragua - Andy

A travel blog entry by mattandandy

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... dinner in the morning then head to the market to find some fresh things to cook with it. Our next destination was the island of Ometepe. It was formed by the lava of two volcanoes, Conception (still active), and Maderas, forming a bridge between them. To ...

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