Hotel Casablanca

Address: Paseo Maritimo, San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Paseo Maritimo, San Juan del Sur, is near Centro de Arte, Museum of Legends and Traditions (Museo de Tradiciones y Leyendas), and Spanish Ya Spanish Language School.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur

    Ometepe - San Juan - SUNDAY FUNDAY

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... with one of the best hostel views we have ever seen. After settling in we had a couple of beach days to get ready for Sunday funday. Sunday funday was upon us and with a few more people from Utila joining us we had a strong crew. Unfortunately we were one week shy of the biggest Sunday funday in history on Nicaragua day which hosted 750 people however our 450 people seemed plentiful... Trying to be strategic we got a couple of litres of rum to ...

    ISA World Surfing Games

    A travel blog entry by skyenichol on May 27, 2015

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    ... head down to the Popoyo wave, about 1km down the beach from our place. Joel would swim out with his camera and try to get in-water shots and footage before all but competitors were banned from the wave from 8am on. I would sit on the beach watching the comings and goings of competitors, chatting with teams and officials and generally networking like the pro-producer I am. At 8am we’d walk home, have breakfast and Joel would get ...

    Day 7 -- by Michael Bancroft

    A travel blog entry by gsenicaragua15 on Mar 28, 2015

    ... were held in the school and we were able to learn skills from the students ranging from elementary to high school and teaching them about our lives and ourselves. The final day that we spent at the institute was solely spent on digging the trench for the water pipes. Much of the digging was done on rocky land and concrete, so the task was arduous and taxing, but rewarding to see the amount that was achieved through teamwork.

    After spending time in the city of ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Feb 15, 2015

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    Sunday Funday. It's an all day party that starts at 2pm and goes on all day and night in clubs and hostels around San Juan. Apart from the sufing it's one of the major reasons people actually go there. At $30 it's expensive enough but it was class so we had no complaints. The pool party is the first part of Sunday Funday, then you go back up to one of the hostels and finally you go back to a nightclub down in the village. Before we went to the pool party we decided to be cheap and ...

    Day Eight!

    A travel blog entry by ryan0022 on Jan 20, 2015

    ... night was usual. For class the water engineers gave a presentation and the rest of the night was open. Myself my roommates and some others laid out on the hammocks and talked and kind of made it an rely night. Tomorrow is my last clinic day at Las Pillas. I'm looking forward to this clinic the most because I hear the lunch is good and we get to play with the local children! Hope everyone had a good day back home and I'll post the days as they go the best I ...