Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
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We were now heading to Ometepe, an island in the middle of Lake Nicaragua, famed for its twin volcanoes. The journey was smooth sailing, quite literally, on the boat from the main land. We arrived in the port town of Molyagalpa, an hour boat ride where we would be spending one night. We did this as we knew buses were infrequent and took a long time, so we saved the hassle after a travel day. Our accommodation, Hospedaje Soma was a short walk out of ...
... of palm trees in the middle of its colonial courtyard. The construction was simply lovely and it could perfectly be a spacious family house.
On the way back to our hostel we stopped at a few street stalls selling nice souvenirs in the Parque Central. While staying in our hostel we relaxed in the hammocks hanging right in the main courtyard until we were invited to join a free salsa class. Even though we didnīt learn much we had a lot of fun :) It just reminded us of ...
... as a museum.
We ended out tour of Managua with a little walk along the colorful Paseo Xolotian; storm clouds across the lake made for a beautiful sky.
... to rush cleaning our dishes because the Costa Rica/ Italia match started...I've never seen a Costa Rican walk so fast. This Tico was practically sprinting (which is about the speed of my lazy walk) to get to the Tico bar near the parque central. It was called Toritos. Around the table we had: the owners of the hostel (a gorgeous Nicaraguan girl and her French husband Pierre), their two maintenance workers, (who Rhea Lynn and I both had immediate crushes ...
... so the journey passed quickly.
After a rough taxi ride on a dirt road full of potholes we finally arrived at Hacienda Merida on Ometepe. It is an island, in huge Lake Nacaragua, formed from 2 volcanoes which ran together when they erupted forming a figure of eight shaped island. One of the volcanoes is dormant and one still active. They rise to 1300 and 1600 metres respectively and are covered with cloud forest. We would have loved to get to the top, ...