Hotel El Bramadero
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... construction efforts right now. The current active roadway was on our side of the overpass which resulted in some noise from trucks rumbling by on the temporary road surface. However, our room was on the back side away from the road, which exposed us to some neighborhood dogs barking in the night but far preferable to the truck noise. After cooling off a bit in the room air conditioning, we drove the final dusty mile into downtown Liberia for a drink and dinner. ...
... where the surrounding borders are a nightmare, I found it interesting that someone would not carry cash especially as the fee was only $7......We waited for him for a while as he tried to negotiate his way through, but in the end he had to take another cab into Puerto viejo! We met an outrageous funny American couple on the boat from Boca del Torro and ended up in the back of the same taxi with them. They had bought bamboo boats too big to fit in their bags and were lugging ...
Dear Dave, Today at the beach I got a souvenir for Grammy, it is pretty neat. I got braids in my hair and today I tried surfing and I saw a sting ray. Surfing was easier than I thought. I bought some cool homemade stuff with people selling stuff on the sand. Liberia is a bit more high end than San Jose and also more touristy. I miss San Jose a lot because for some reason I felt at home.. All the people have even worse ...
I did nothing today, absolutely nothing. Somehow I did not have clearly in my mind what I wanted to do.
I went out for a short walk, had some breakfast, went to get the SIM for my local phone (movistar). Just wondered around a bit and went back to my hostel. Went to a local soda for lunch, not bad, about $5.00 US / lunch or dinner. In Nicaragua ...
... we, in our deluded minds, were choosing to look at it. Rather than catch a boring, bumpy and quite possibly (Particularly in Cori's case) nauseous bus ride to Monteverde we were taking the far more interesting, adventurous and believe it or not quicker route of travelling by horse. Our route would take us around the lake that separated the two towns over hills and through rivers ...