Hotel Brio

Address: 300 m East of the Pacific, Tola, Nicaragua | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 300 m East of the Pacific, Tola, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Tola

      ¿Tortugas o no Tortugas?

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... The craziest thing was that some said there were no turtles now, some said there were loads! One didn't even know what turtles they were, pretty useless. They turned out to be Olive Ridley turtles and at this time of year the babies are hatching, however there is no guarantee. In the end to our disappointment we could find anyone else and with no much time in Costa Rica it's unlikely we will get a chance again. We ...

      DAY 19. CRUISE. AT SEA

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 03, 2014

      Another day cruising. Today I attended two packed talks on the Panama Canal. These were excellent presentations and we are looking forward to the event in a couple of days. Wendy covered for me at Spanish as I skipped class. As usual, interesting conversation at meals. At breakfast Geoff sat with a couple of ex teachers and all came to the same conclusions about education today- well in Australis and the US anyway. At tea we chatted with Canadians from ...

      Cool surf jump off town

      A travel blog entry by livingthedream on May 11, 2014

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      ... the $4 for exit/entry fees. 45 mins later you are on the Nicaraguan side. You exit the bus and wait for about 20-30 mins whilst they do the passports. You then load the bus and given your passport as you board by border police. A few mins later you arrive at the Costa Rica border. You exit and take your bags through immigration and a x-ray. The whole process takes over an hour for both sides. Load your bag back on the bus and continue on ...

      Horses, surfboards and pelicans

      A travel blog entry by ktowell on Feb 13, 2014

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      ... EASIER for them. There's simply less mass for them to sling around as they clamber up mountains and rappel down waterfalls and whatnot. It's like parking a school bus in a motorcycle space, or cramming a regular sized suitcase up into the overhead luggage bins. It's physics.

      A month or so after I had my babies, I went to the doctor for the check-up where she makes sure all my parts were back in the right places. I was excited to tell her that I'd been able ...

      Christmas on Ometepe

      A travel blog entry by farrellgilmour on Dec 30, 2013

      ... all lit up by LED and whatnot. We made friends with the other guests and staff and over a four day weekend, we really became a festival family. I'll spare the details of our debauchery but I'll just say that we brought the party and closed it down each night. After a day or so of recovery from 12 hours of uninterrupted dancing (caffeine is one helluvah drug), we planned to head to Grenada and meet the others at our rented house. ...