San Simian Eco Lodge
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... experience. Throughout the tour, I did the superman position and the upside down position in addition to the normal Zip-Lining position. Out of the 3, the upside down position was my favorite one! On the final line, I got to Tarzan it back to the ground and that was also fun. Afterwards we took our gear off and helped ourselves to some complimentary homemade coffee that was grown right where we Zip-Lined! It was definitely delicious! We even saw the cool ...
... standing guard while the other few monkeys searched for food. He did not seem too bothered by us as we snapped photos and continued on our way. A few kilometres down the road we decided to turn around and head back as the light of the day began to fade. After turning around, we spotted more monkeys, this time a much larger family with at least 3 mother-baby pairs. There were many things we would tire of during our time in Nicaragua (like wolf-whistles and garbage ...
... lake. I believe there is an island on that crater lake - an island in a lake on an island in a lake. Pity we haven't got time to go and check it out. Back on the street the horse and carriage guy had been joined by a compadre who had more English and was able to tell us how much and how long etc for the tour of Las Isletas. This was on our plans for the day anyway so we agreed and jumped on the carriage. It was a pleasant ...
This morning we get a little better acquainted with Granada, one of the first Spanish cities in Latin America, founded in 1524. My first impression - I love it here; Granada is charming with a warm, friendly feel, the people are lovely and not of lot of Gringos - if only it were not SO hot and humid.
Walking the cobblestone streets we visit first the busy local market ...
... to think just to myself. It makes me sad we have to go, but it soon will be time. Addie's view of Little Corn Island: we made it,we made it to little corn island we got here and swam then of course rested from our little journey to get here. The next day we got a little blue ball. It even has a face, we like to call it Wilson and we met some friends(Ashley & Emily)they are so nice hope we see them tomorrow. Today we went to Derek's Place and there is a ...