Buena Vista Surf Club
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- Free parking
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... will never let this go). We got to pick out our own horses and off the bat I knew I didn't want a white one due to the previous groups stories. I think I picked a good one, I named him Cookie. The ride was a lot longer than I thought. We went all the way along one side of the beach and then rode them in the streets up a hill and back. At one point a stray horse was roaming around and just looked so mean. He tried to nip Cookies butt, but we got away. ...
... Toro in a weeks time. Takes a while and in the process, the noise and ruckus has moved from the bar at the other end of the hostel back to the common room outside our window. So I know sleep for the both of us will be rough. Nonetheless, finally fall asleep by 0300 in prep for another early pipe opener to start the day. Today, we ran from Casa down to the main area in town which was a nice downhill trot with a slight tailwind but then did the return leg up the ...
... Although the experience was not necessarily the quality you'd get in the States (at least the pedicures), and the prices here weren't super cheap (though still less than the States), everyone was friendly, the atmosphere cool and the owner, Gaby, spoke English. It felt good to do business with a Nica woman business owner. Our friend, Harry Gamble, who visited SJDS in August tells us that the place to get cheap massages is the Gym. We've seen ...
... meant that almost no one spoke English so my Spanish was very much put to its limits. The first tour of the day was, by our translation, supposed to take us through a day in the life of a local chocolate farmer and show us how they refine the cocoa beans. We ended up just walking around the local villages with our guide pointing out the flora and fauna in Spanish (which I think we understood most of). I'm not sure if the difference was due to poetic license in ...
After a long deliberation we decided to not stay another day in San Juan and got a taxi to the ferry to Ometepe Island. The island has been formed by two volcanoes in the middle of Lake Nicaragua. We were unsure of where to stay or on what part of the island so decided to stay right in the middle for the first night and see from there. The island is super rural, much of the traffic on the roads are horses or bicycles and you ...