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Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
... a board they had trouble navigating away from the rocks and getting the swimmer back to shore. It was crazy. I really thought we were going to see this man drown in front of us. Once the man was safely on the beach, we were ready to get back to the hostel and calm our nerves.
After the holiday crowds left San Juan del Sur, we took the opportunity to check it out. There were plenty of markets, restaurants, bars, etc. This was ...
... Feels kind of good to run into people "you know" in a foreign country and some sense of familiarity when everything else is not so familiar.
I left the springs and continued rambling to Santa Domingo beach which was small but beautiful. I found a natural vegetarian restaurant that served an awesome stir fry dish and banana coconut pineapple smoothie. Heaven. I ran into a traveler from Switzerland named Gisella, who ...
... as I looked so lost and was the only tourist at the entire border crossing. So she asked me where I was going and said to follow her as I can take her bus. I double checked with people along the way, and as it turns out, I had found the loveliest person at the border. After about 30 minutes on my first chicken bus, I got off and waited another 30 minutes for the next which would take me directly to San Juan del Sur. I was passed by lots of ...
... my body around enough to make that happen.
Fitness people in “Self” and gear mongers in “Outside” magazine are always saying to pudgy housewives, “Be active! Try new things! Enjoy the outdoors!” I try, but it's hard to enjoy activities that make me tired.
I'm developing a theory that the reason we see slender, muscular people doing so many activities (like in those magazines, and in real life, too) is because ...
... It will be interesting to see what happens on Wednesday. The temperature is slowly declining as we head north as this morning, Tuesday 21st, it was 24C at 7.30. The sea was slight and the wind was Force 4. However, it turned out to be a beautiful day with a flat calm sea, very warm at 27C and only light airs. It was a good day to spot sea life and early on we saw turtles close to the ship, flying fish and dolphins. We were informed by the captain that whales ...
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