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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Jardin San Juan del Sur
A couple miles outside of San Juan del Sur, this place is a nice option if you have a car. It is quiet with a great view and very accommodating owners.
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Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
... gets very hot (40degs) but storms coming off Lake Nicaragua cool things down. Outside our balcony bright green parakeets squawk loudly from the electricity lines when the sun goes down. The sunsets are some of the best we’ve ever seen.
During our month in SJDS, one of us spends time ...
... out again to paddle to Monkey Island, a short way down the coast, where some Cappuchino Monkeys had been released to live a more natural life. The girls didn't look at the water or weather before making their decision and as soon as they paddled past the sheltered leeward side of the jetty, they realised what they were facing. The wind was howling round the side of the volcano down onto the lake, it was going to be a ...
Sunday March 30th
It is steamy hot and humis again this morning. We have to be tendered ashore here which takes alot of time making everyone late for their tours.
We boarded the bus and drive through the port of San Juan del Sur where about 15,000 people live. There is one ggas station and one grocery store. The buildings are very colourful -- painted bright pinks, yellow, lavender and blues. It is Sunday and the beach is packed with ...
I love Nicaragua. On day one, this place went straight into my top 5 countries of the trip so far. I didn't feel uneasy in Honduras, but the minute I crossed the border, I felt so much more relaxed. And no one was brandishing a gun at me. It is a notably poorer place, but my first stop, Leon, was rustic, shabby, charming and beautiful. Similar to Antigua, the buildings were all bright colours, maximum 2 stories and in square blocks around the town square and cathedral, with volcanoes ...
... The houses were a variety of tin shacks, breeze blocks and concrete constructions. Eduodo explained they had two seasons- rainy -May to October and dry-November to June- he said in the rainy season it would rain for weeks at a time and you couldn't do anything.
We had a ride to Rivas, which was a small town.It had a colourful plaza and a large Catholic Church opposite.We had a walk around, just popped into the busy supermarket to see how much things cost,coffee ...