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... on the Western tip of the island and is great for swimming and seeing sunset. It was lovely having a cool dip to freshen up and we grabbed some beers and sat in the water looking at the Volcano and across the lake to the glorious sunset. We cycled back in the dark a little merry trying not to hit any potholes in the dark and we finished the evening with some local fish, rice and beans. You get rice and beans with every meal in Nica you just have to pick what ...
... did bugger all. And it worked. They were getting toots and waves from the locals all day long. They slotted in seamlessly. We had a great time with these guys, and Joel (Canadian) during our extended stay. Trevor's mate, Andrew, also flew in to Nicaragua for a weeks holiday over Xmas, so he was with us from 24-27 Dec, then the 2 of them shot off to Isla Omotepe to see and hike the volcanoes. Our plan was to shoot off after Christmas to do the same, but we had to learn a few ...
... to only spend an afternoon checking the town out then head to Laguna de Apoyo. We stayed in very basic accommodation (our room resembled a cell) at the lake but in a beautiful setting right on the water. After an afternoon of kayaking we spent the evening chatting to others in the hostel then got an early night to wake up and watch sunrise the next day, more than worth the early start. Next we were off to the highly anticipated Ometepe Island which ...
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Same old work
Still doing the same old thing here in Nica. But not necessarily a good thing in my opinion. And by that I mean I have been doing the same two hikes exclusively, regardless of the fact that we offer 6 different hikes. There are 2 that go regularly and 4 that are infrequent but generally more exciting. Unfortunately the few times I have been scheduled to do a special hike, no clients have signed up. Or worse ...
... tactic so the monkeys and other animals will not eat it. Colin quipped "so it is a living plant?" Which he regretted immediately as all plants are living. It was hilariouso. We found some howler monkeys, no shortage of those monkeys here. We then went through "the tunnel" which was two cliffs covered in moss with about a 3 foot wide walkway. It was so moist and humid in the tunnel. You could just touch the moss and water would drip down. We then ...
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