Buena Vista Surf Club
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- Free parking
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... of a tree by the road for 10 minutes. Back at the Hacienda we wanted to jump straight in the lake to cool off and if we knew our clothes would definitely be dry by morning, we'd have jumped in with them on. We quickly changed into our togs and were soon enjoying the cool lake water. Only one more thing could help cool us down...a delicious cold mango smoothie...so dripping wet, we went over to the restaurant to order a couple. Simple pleasures!!
... expedition we arranged for a night tour along the river. The night your was good fun. We dawdled along the river with our guide and boatman occasionally having to jump out and push the boat through the shallows. There wasn't quite as much wildlife as I was hoping for but those animals we did see the guide jumped out and picked them up so we could see them up close. A baby crocodile, turtles and a beautiful green tree frog among the highlights. The isolation of ...
... Needless to say the cycle was pretty short lived! We visited a few of the petroglyph's which are carvings in the rocks done by indigenous Indians around 1000 years ago. They are scattered over the island. We spent the rest of the day relaxing on the beach and planned our movements. We booked flights to the Corn Islands on the Caribbean coast and had to spend a night in Managua, the capital as our flight left at 6am the next ...
... home wet. Haha... It was kinda funny though. From there we rode out across the island for lunch at Santa Domingo beach - the nicest beach on the island. Unfortunately we are here at the tail end of rainy season which means the lake level is at it's highest and the beaches are underwater. It wasn't overly impressive but was still a nice spot for lunch. And we got to watch the cows come for a drink. After lunch we headed to this natural mineral spring swimming hole called Ojo de Agua. ...
... about in the sand and eventually chased us off the beach, forcing us to hide out in an ice cream parlour until sunset. That night we ate hamburgers (controversial) at Henry's, where we later returned for free drinks as it was "ladies night" (yes free drinks....every 15 minutes)!! We ended the night in a casino with our new Nicaraguan friends who bought us a beer and gave us a CD of Nicaraguan music as a farewell gift. Our last night in San Juan was spent eating "tropical chips" ...