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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
Dearest mothers and fathers,
Greetings from Hostal Albergue! After another delicious pancake breakfast this morning, we set out to the gas station across the street to transport rather heavy jug s of water to the bus. But seriously they were super heavy. Some of our spaghetti arms did not cooperate. Many could not firmly grip the jugs due to overly sun screened hands. The noodle armed members conquered this by simply scurrying across the street and ...
... the footage. He took a pretty bad spill. Volcano boarding should really be called volcano sledding, but I guess that doesn't sound as cool. But as I found out in the sand dunes, sledding is better anyway. It is rated as numnber four on Readers Digest "Ten most death defying travel destinations." Number one is the CN Tower in Canada though, so that kinda invalidates the whole list.
The idea is simple: walk up volcano, sled back down at speeds of up ...
... to be a long day.
Checking-in was a formality and I went and took a seat to wait for the 9.30am expected departure.
As I was sitting, an American traveller approached me, as I think he was looking for someone that could help translate. Unfortunately I was not that person. But he related his predicament. Apparently he and his girlfriend had crossed the border from Guatemala into Honduras, same as I had at El Florido. Unlike me, they had kept walking ...
... The two of us went walking for hours around Leon and on our travels we found a street vendor selling DVD's so we decided to buy one for Stephen Darbey. I honestly pray to god he gets it and that's not just because it cost me $10 to send to him, but because it's ******* hilarious. I won't ruin the suprise but I'm sure he will let you know what it is when it finally arrives. We were getting tired at this stage so myself ...
... seen either as we came across a porcupine and a raccoon resting in the mangroves. Once we alighted onto the island we were shown some olive ridley turtles that had hatched the day before and were to be released tonight.
Elaine was still having issues so we asked Miguel to stop at a pharmacy for us as we had read you can buy drugs that are available only on prescription in Australia, over the counter in Nica. Proved to be true, just decide how many tablets you ...