Bahia del Sol Villas & Condominiums
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... and the monkey antics, and headed back to the kayaking rental place. The way back was much harder, due to the wind which had sprung up, the waves, and the relentless sun on our heads. Unfortunately, the kayak had no bungs so we also got quite wet - not so bad, except all of our stuff also got wet. Oh dear.
The next stop was Oyo de Agua, a place where pure volcanic water emerges into a natural pool. This was colder than the sea but was ...
... br> Then we went to a town called Massaya which has the largest handicraft market in Nicaragua. I would have preferred to spend more time in Granada but the shopaholics wanted to visit the market!
This was a full day tour and it took nearly 2 hrs to get to Lake Nicaragua. We passed through some very dry and very poor countryside - it looked third world to us. The dryness was because it's the end of the dry season - they get a lot ...
... who worked at the clinic said that the experience was eye opening, exciting, and affirming to their own prospective career paths.
While we visited the technical institute in Boaco which was also the middle portion of the trip, we were able to meet students ranging from around twelve years old to eighteen years old, help maintain their school's garden, cut branches off of trees with machetes to make a living fence, use pickaxes to dig holes for the ...
Hola! Well, yet again, it been a very long time! We've been having so much fun here in Nicaragua that we've barely had time to pause and gather our thoughts! When we last left you we had just finished our Spanish school in San Pedro on Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. Well, after that, we took a boat across the lake to Panajachel and a local chicken bus from there back to Antigua. We spent two nights there whilst we organised our transport ...
... climb down, trying not to break our necks, 4 hours later, sign of life, Howler Monkey in the tree, steps, bridges, the clouds have gone, the sun is shining, what a trip, can't even walk, look like a cripple, toilet break at a coffee farm, no toilet seat, ewwww, have to walk 25mins to the bus, bus never came, into a taxi, bye to the crew, stop at the supermarketardo, need to get Lukey something for his hand, no antiseptic, some ...