Hotel Sabalos

Address: Boca Sabalos, Nicaragua | Hotel
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      A hell of a lot of wildlife!

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... after an hour we made it safely to shore none the worse for the experience.

      As we only had one night on Ometepe as the ferry we wanted left the next day we dropped our bags off in the hostel and went straight to see the sun set with a cold beer at Punta Jesus Maria, a natural sandbar that sticks out about 100 metres from the island. No-one seemed to be certain when the ferry left the next day, the website said 1700 but we had read that it left at 2100 or later, the locals ...


      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Apr 25, 2014

      32 photos

      ... brown rolling hills. Cyclists travelled the road on mountain bikes in various states of repair (was that my bike squeaking, or his? I found myself wondering a few times). Kids walked to river balnearios (swimming spots) with their towels and thermoses.

      Out of Esteli we navigated a road that was mainly flat with some ups and downs that were so much easier than the long hills in the highlands of Guatemala and Honduras—and then we were, amazingly, looking down on ...

      The Beard Nazi

      A travel blog entry by doove on Apr 05, 2014

      341 photos

      ... talking for the sake of it one of the group. People would get on and have conversations and be cool, but at times everyone was also content in just sitting quietly without any awkwardness. This was good, as the area was very quiet and relaxed so got a bit of relaxation time in between the mad rushing either side of this trip. The place was soooo quiet, I even finally opened up and started reading my book :O The same book I took travelling last year and refuse ...

      The Rio San Juan

      A travel blog entry by nellems on Jan 20, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Lake Nicaragua, pirates would sail down the river, up the lake and ransack Granada, so the Spanish built this fort as a defence.

      Being 50km away, and not wanting to get stuck out there, we had to be back on the boat 2 hours later. This slow boat, took 3 hours (instead of the 1.5 fast boat time). And it rained for much of the trip. The long boats have plastic tarps attached to their sides, so they were rolled down to ...

      Boating to the Border.

      A travel blog entry by krystalbell11 on Jul 22, 2013

      10 photos

      ... her new babies. Very shy creatures.

      Now the boat, at least for me, was like getting on the safari ride at Disneyland. They have these great tour boats that are identical to the ride with one obvious difference... this boat ride is REAL. You are in a jungle river, stopping to view all sorts of life from birds, to snakes, to ox, to giant Alligator Gar fish. The river is teaming with old life. It took me several stops before I ...