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- Continental Breakfast
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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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... use the pitchfork to loosen the bottom 30 centimeters of soil, spread compost onto that layer and the soil that was removed, and then continue the process by burying the last layer of soil that was spread with compost. This process enables the soil to become more conducive to planting and makes the land more fertile. The method of planting seeds in the double-dug beds was staggering the seeds in horizontal lines of six. The members of my group who shadowed the doctors ...
... to run everyday, teaches martial arts, made the trail on Concepsion volcano, and climbs the Maderas volcano for fun... Not to mention Concepsion is 9 hours and Maderas is 6! Yeah I'm going to be physically and mentally exhausted that that! When we got back Neffale got us real coconuts and cut them open so we could try them! The coconut water was alright, I just really wanted to try it! The ...
... w/trip but he had to be on crutches. Only place you can get crutches in this country is Managua the capital (which was 4-5 hours away), so one of the workers on the ranch had his friend make Scott crutches from scratch for $40. They are beautiful and have worked great. They're our best souvenirs from this trip! We loved this part of Nica and look forward to coming back some day when Scott is better and can catch some ...
Today I slept in a little later, only 8:30am mind! Ryan and already been up for a run on the beach, very pro-active! We had a fantastic breakfast of eggy bread to set us up for the day. We even brought ketchup too. Ketchup makes anything better. The plan today was to go back up the coast to Masaya, the town/city that makes Nicaragua's hammocks. We got to the bus station about 10:30am where we found we had to get a bus ...
... a taxi driver to find his way here. The locals are very nice but we haven't found many that speak English. Good thing Andrew has passable Spanish. We called the local Alamo and lucked out with someone returning a four wheel drive vehicle that morning. We jumped on it and they sent a driver out to pick us up with the help of directions from our caretaker, Alfonso (also, no English:). So now we're the proud renters of a 4 wheel drive pickup truck with ...