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Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
... coffee card was. He in turn asked me where my purse was.
Boy I love getting older ...... NOT !!
We headed back to SJDS but detoured on the way to La Mar Resort on the edge of the lake. Here we would have some refreshments and a drink or pay for something alcoholic if we liked and then have 40 mins to spend looking at the lake etc after we had watched a cultural show of dancing.
It was an ...
... at the front of the line - seems inefficient from North American standards. You also have to pay $12 US and they won't except anything other than US money. Thank God for the American couple nearby. There are taxis waiting for you and trying to get your business, telling you that buses don't come on Sundays (I've imagined that has worked enough for him to keep using it). We found a bank nearby ...
... the long ride (nap) back to the pier and onto our wonderful ship.
That evening we dined with friends, Burt and Donna from Westchester, PA, at the elegant Amphora Restaurant where dress at dinner was “tropical elegantly casual”, no flip-flops, and Barry grumbled because he had to wear long pants. It is a ship thing.
PS: Too many photos? I cannot help myself. It seems I tell a story better with them.
... floating rocks with giraffe-blotched heads and beaks.
After about 20 turtles, every one of which was as exciting to spot as the first, we turned a bit and started heading out to sea, then dropped the anchor, which was a bunch of curved rebar tied together with rope. The captain unrolled a spool of fishing line wrapped around a flat piece of wood, grabbed some tiny squid from the cooler under his seat and stuck them on a couple of hooks. He threw ...
... towns). We rented a motorbike to explore the more remote areas of the island. We saw amazing beaches, went for a hike in what looked like an enchanted forest, and explored. Our final stop was to a town called San Juan del Sur where we met up with more friends, Aidan (from Ireland) and Markus and enjoyed the scenic beaches. Nicaragua is the last Central American country we will visit this trip, with the hopes that we will be able to travel Costa Rica ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed