Hotel El Portal de 1610
Travel Blogs from Leon
... for dinner. Dinner was rice, beans, fried squash, and other delicious cooked veggies. After dinner we played a large game of truth, truth, lie. After truth, truth, lie everyone had their much needed relaxation time. Then, bed time came and a group of student had their opportunity to sleep outside in a tent or hammock. THANKS PARENTS FOR SENDING US HERE, HAVING A GREAT TIME!
... is eager to show me around the property and promptly leads me on a tour of the farm, but not before we take a side trip to an uncle's property and swipe as many freshly fallen mangos as is possible before anyone notices us and reaps our harvest from us. We make it home safely and with a full bucket of fruit, and as is the norm spend the day sitting around chatting, cooking and snoozing in hammocks. I'm put to work grinding the corn by hand for the corn cake soup, and ...
... up to make the journey back home. It was great to see Doņa Fran so relaxed and enjoying the break from the stresses of home life that it was hard to leave, but with school and club the next day we had to head on our way.
Back to school properly at last. When I got back from Matagalpa there was no school Monday. At this time every year there are incredibly high tides and the parents asked the teachers to cancel classes as they didn’t want to have ...
... Not a record to be proud of, but we had no choice: four countries in one day, something that will make a compass lose orientation. In fact, halfway through the day we didn’t quite know in which country we were and almost had to check our passports to see which stamp was the last one we received. The reason for this crazy journey is quite simple: in the past six months we didn’t really worry too much about how much time we had left. But that came to an end because ...
... turned off in a different direction.
Anyways, got back to Leon and first stop was to post my smugness all over Facebook, before just walking round the town a little bit. Bumped into some guys form Guatemala and would have gone out that night, but ate the world’s biggest (improvised) Shepherd’s Pie, went for a power nap and never awakened!
Next day was Volcano Boarding. Essentially sitting on a giant sledge and going as fast as you can down a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking