Hotel Suyapa Beach

Las Peñitas Poneloya, Leon, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Las PeƱitas Poneloya, Leon.
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    Travel Blogs from Leon

    Leon: Salsa dancing & skidding down a Volcano

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 13, 2014

    4 photos

    My entire trip through Central America so far seems to be made up of 4-6 day segments running in rotation; Chill, Chill, Chill – followed by Party, Party, Party – then repeat. Nicaragua was definitely the former for me, after pretty much an entire week in El Salvador of solely sightseeing and relaxing. I into Leon on Wednesday late afternoon, and checked straight into Bigfoot Hostel, which was either the best place or the worst place, depending on who you spoke to. I was ...

    Week 19: San Juan, Granada & León, Nicara

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... of paint) with domes protruding all over and León's volcanoes on the horizon. We could have spent much more time there - it was so peaceful and almost magical - but we'd only just made closing time, so headed off. We ended the night with drinks and dinner with a British/Australian couple we'd met volcano boarding earlier in the day, while outside another storm raged, firecrackers were being let off and a temporary stage blasted music when the ...

    Staring into the Depths of the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... on its own was already incredible, with the sound of jet engines coming from 200 metres below, but when combined with the billowing smoke, the strong smell of sulfur and the glow of the magma below it was a real spectacle. Anry took our photographs with the magma in the background (which I am hoping he will send by e-mail when he gets around to it) and later he had us all lay down on the rim to look at the sky, which is when we saw the most amazing ...

    León, Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jul 17, 2014

    28 photos

    ... skipped the safety briefing :-)

    Talking about safety, when I saw where we were supposed to slide down, I thought they're kidding us! But after I saw other people sliding down I thought it'll be ok. At that moment I realised that I did way to many things in the last few month where my first instinct told me: "There's no f.... way I'm doing that!". But all turned out to be awesome and for unknown reason we didn't get hurt yet.

    So we all put on our stylish outfits, ...

    Buzz

    A travel blog entry by gse_nica2014 on Jun 21, 2014



    A large issue of concern to the world today is the large-scale, widespread die off of bees. The critical role that bees play in our world can hardly be overstated, so much so that Einstein once said, "If bees were to go extinct, humans would only be about 4 years behind." While reasons behind this disturbing global phenomenon are manifold, today's activities provided a small beacon of hope (and some tasty souvenirs). ...