Hotel Campestre El Pantano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... WAY off the beaten path and that there was no way that we were going to find ourselves in San Juan del Sur. No regular local transportation between the two towns and it costs $20 each way for a taxi to drive you the 11 KM to San Juan del Sur...no thanks!
We had drinks upstairs while we waited for our room to be ready. An hour or so later we were shown our room...I arranged a beachfront room, but that wasn't quite what we got. Oh well, we made the ...
... traditional instruments.
We enjoyed some really cool birds throughout the day - we saw ospreys and shorebirds which we think may be sanderlings. We heard kingfishers and saw grackles or a bird like a magpie. The coolest bird we saw was something that looked like a frigate bird.
For supper we ate veggie burgers and salad and we spent the rest of the evening playing cards and reading books and just being together. We made appointments for two ...
... s okay.
The hostel was so beautiful we settled right in and had a lunch of lentil burgers, garlic yogurt sauce, french fries and two beers as we waited for our food to come - we were starving. After that we took a nap in one of the many hammocks around and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Then we took a swim, hung out by the water and read books. We showered ...
... that studied at Wycliffe of all places! Then on our first full day we decided to go horse riding. All the horse riding lessons in the summer seemed to have paid off as I cantered down the beach! I wasn't totally in control of the horse, who was a bit temperamental, but I felt more comfortable than I ever have on a horse. The following day we woke early in order to hike one of the islands volcanos, ...
... seats available. Then we looked around and realized that most people sitting on the chicken bus weren´t locals, but foreigners. We started to be pretty terrified because there was no doubt all of them were about to "attack" the same destination like us – Ometepe Island.
The journey from Granada to Rivas lasted approx. 1,5 hours and each of us paid NIO 30. In Rivas we were supposed ...