Hotel La Dolce Vita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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On the bus on the way to San Juan Del Sur (SJDS), we stopped in charming (read not charming) Rivas. It felt like being plunged into a scene from an Indiana Jones movie when we were dropped off in the middle of a noisy, dusty, smelly, and sweltering hot city market with very persistant taxi drivers offering their services. On the second bus …
... realise our home for the next few days is back up in the hills and the next shuttle to there isn't for a while (runs every two hours). But we run into a girl who is staying at the hostel next door and we share a cab back up the hill and arrive at Casa de Olas. A hotel that turned into a hostel to accomodate for partying backpackers. More expensive than the other hostel in town, but facilities are a lot better and the staff are awesome on top of the stunning views down over San Juan del ...
... awesome in the sun with the volcano in the background again. By the time we descended through the first field, I felt a bug bite my leg, luckily I spotted this early as a tick was burrowing into by shin. Fortunately it came out pretty easy and we carried on. Through the farms, houses we went and there were noisy parakeets flying above us. Shortly after Omar shared some grapefruit with us we reached the hostel, 3.5 hours since we left the top. Legs like jelly ...
... pool, so all night and day there would be people asleep on these, which meant there was nowhere comfortable for us to relax (not that the wooden beds looked comfortable either!). It could have done with some hammocks and adirondack style chairs to chill out on. So, after two nights we decided to move on. We lost two nights accommodation charge, but this was a small price to pay to not be staying there at Christmas.
After a seemingly never ending journey south, stopping at ...
... we watched the most stunning sunset we have ever seen. We have tried but the most fantastic photos Ian has ever taken don't do this justice but the visual images will remain in our memories forever.
We stayed one night in Maderas and headed back to SDJS to work out a plan for crossing the border into Costa Rica but we couldn't leave town on the same day, that adventure would have to wait until ...