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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Real Leon
Very pleasant stay. Rooms were clean. Air conditioner and cable worked perfectly. Beds were comfy. Breakfast was tasty (pancakes & eggs one day and gallo pinto and eggs the next). My only thought would be for them to have more staff that spoke english and that were more helpful with suggesting navigating to local restaurants.
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Travel Blogs from Leon
... up and our group was off. Fortunately for us, we were on the luxury vehicle ferry on the way back. A much nicer, and safer, ride. We didn't even see water washing on board. Once at the ferry station, an interesting thing happened, that you don't even fully comprehend until you look back on it later. Try to picture this. We exit the ferry and there are various taxi drivers, and vendors selling different things and all vying for our attention. Standing nearby was this little old ...
... shortbread and catching up on all that's happened since my Poppie died 10 years ago. It was a really surreal and special moment and one I will never forget as long as I live. My Nannie and Poppie always told me 'Carpe Diem' (Seize the Day) which is now my life motto. Now that they are both gone, I will try and live my life to the full and make them proud. Rest in Peace my gorgeous Nannie Rabbit. ...
... an unforgettable journey. After about forty-five minutes, we arrived back in Chacraseca and went straight to dinner, where we were reunited with callopinto and the lake group. Following dinner, the lake group shared stories of their relaxing day, including make-up tips and photos, specifically of Matt, one of the male GSE leaders. The lake group came back with some amazing tans, and the volcano group came back with a few sore legs and blister, but an unforgettable tale.
During our hike, we stumbled up the slippery slopes of the volcano to reach the
highest point. Some people missed out on the opportunity to walk the hour-long
hike around the crater. Those who went were rewarded with surging winds,
crumbling paths, and near-death experiences. However, the sprawling views of
the volcano made it ...
... same lab that produces pesticides for
the country’s industrial farms.
We are immediately greeted by children in white and navy
uniforms when we pull up to Alberto Berrios (the school we are currently
staying at). After getting settled into our hostel, we embark on a day of
biointensive agriculture in the school’s “huerta” (or garden), doing everything
from double digging to ...