Hotel Casa de Playa
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Mancora
... talking and never stops until I say I need to eat. All usefull information. Like the 90 days permit in Nicaragua is valid for the total of four countries. That is less than 30 days per country. And a lot more on his Kawasaki KLR motorcycle and on South American people. I listen closely because for a beginner like me there is a lot to learn. I will eat in this hotel on the beach. The boys say they serve fresh fish. He will eat in town. He is fed up with fried ...
... around in the water by the pier as I jumped in dressed in a lovely orange life vest. Although the sign said no touching the tortugas I really didn't have a choice in the matter as they were invasive little things, nudging and banging into you as they passed under, over and around, slimy shells brushing past. Turtle tickling complete it was onto Mancora for a spot of surfing. I didn't do myself proud here as the waves were low and the ...
... we did for the next five days. Here is our exact itinerary:
Morning: after an amazing sleep every night get up around 9 or 10-ish, have croissants for breakfast out of a tin that we initially mistook for a bin
Midday: hiding from the sun either in our hut or hanging around the common area, the sun is simply too strong at this time of day, so you do as little as possible
Afternoon: time to walk through the beach to the town and find some food, have a ...
... the beach when we didn't find it. We took the wrong road and walked mostly through the slums. We eventually found a huge expensive resort and Italian guy happily showed us around and to the beach, and then where to look for lodging nearer to the beachfront.
We walked along the beach, I took off my sandals and walked in the cool water, beach was not crowded nor was it too hot since a nice breeze always came from the pacific. We found a place for day two nearby the beach ...
... to tick off swimming in the sea and went for a paddle with Max and Bahadoor - before he headed off to his next place. The water was choppy and the sun hid for a while but it was still good to get a swim in. It was also a little strange watcing the birds flying over and then diving into the sea to catch fish... some came very close to us!
Monday soon arrived and we decided it was definitiely time to move on. So we got up, grabbed breakfast and headed back ...