Buena Vista Surf Club
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Travel Blogs from Playa Maderas
Simonandalison stayed here on Dec 30, 2010 during their trip titled: Simonandalison's Great Adventure.
Fueled by the motivation to follow the wind and search out new kiteboarding spots I decided after a not so promising forecast to make the 4 hour boat trip from Granada to Isla de Ometepe in the middle of Lake Nicaragua. My friend Itay went with me as well. After spending the night in Altegracia we switched location to the nice and comfortable but …
Warning: this is a long one.... Alright, I have been internet deprived for a few days now, which sounds like not a big deal but it is my only form of normalsy and contact with the outside world. Where to even start.... I left Wednesday morning from San Juan and had a sad goodbye with Maia and the crew at Rosa´s. I definitely had my little place in …
... of our journey to Hacienda Merida. Merida is on the smaller of the two connected islands and as we crossed over the isthmus, the paved road gave way to an unsealed road. 'Unsealed' is being kind, this was one of the roughest roads ever and even in New Zealand, where driving unsealed roads is almost the norm, it would be classed as 4WD only. The taxi crawled along the road at no more than walking pace but we eventually made it. ...
... it and stood around unsure of who to ask, and what and how to ask them. After another 10 or so minutes one of the locals picked up one of their bags and started walking along the track signaling for us to follow him. 500m down the dirt track he veered right into the undergrowth (quite literally) the last 500m was spent fighting thorny vines, stinging nettles and barbed wire fences. All of which are decidedly difficult with a backpack and a surfboard. After our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking