Hotel Casa Del Sol
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... of the volcano—windows open—we interacted with the beautiful nature surrounding us. At the bottom of the volcano, our group of seven took a "before" picture—thumbs up, huge smiles—unaware of the intimidating trek. With the uphill battle, came the inhalation of Clif bars, rest stops every three minutes, and a whole lot of sweat. Four hours and 1400 feet in altitude later ...
... we drove to the Monkey Island Hotel from which we can see the beach and both volcanoes. We all went swimming in Lake Nicaragua, which is the largest freshwater lake in CentroAmerica, and was delightfully warm. There are a lot of bugs, but don’t worry, we are chillin’ on this beautiful ...
So today we started off by having breakfast at the same place as usual across the road from our hostel. Gallo Pinto and scrambled eggs on a tortilla once again. We then loaded the bus and prepared for our hour and a half long drive through the beautiful Nicaraguan countryside. We arrived at El Balsamo which is a small community of 270 people outside of Boaco. They are working hard to make their community self-sustainable, and we ...
Thursday June 11, 2015
I think all the members can agree that today was exhausting. We woke up and ate a rice, bean, egg, and tortilla breakfast. Next we headed to the instituto (aka Boaco's school) and met the students and faculty. The gardening consisted of digging, rock picking, rock wall building, compost making, ...
... weeding. It was hot pretty much right up until we finished. When the weather decided it would take a break with us and cool down, we finished at the garden with a lunch of salad and sandwiches. Later, as we walked to the waterfall/swimming hole, the sky darkened and it began to rain. The water was warm yet felt refreshing. The hike back from the waterfall was fun and we ...