Hotel Suyapa Beach

Address: Las Peñitas Poneloya, Leon, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Las PeƱitas Poneloya, Leon.
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      Trip to Leon

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... for them. We get to Nicaragua and Honduras border and are told it will be a $12 entry fee each and take around 20 minutes. The immigration area is hot and humid and 20 minutes goes real quick. The driver is nowhere to be seen and our passports are still sitting on the bench in front of the officers. Time keeps kicking and we are getting hungry as its pushing 1530. Eventually after an easy hour or so, the driver reemerges and grabs the passports and our tourist Visa card. As ...

      León is a colonial gem

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 03, 2015

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      ... hand clothes. The prices are ok but more than you would pay in an op shop in Australia. Maggie found a swim skirt she liked and then we had some lunch at a place called Pan Y Paz (bread and peace). Nice French bakery with crisp baguettes. At 2pm the cathedral terraces opened. For 80 cordoba each (about $4) you can climb a narrow stairway onto the roof of the cathedral where there are fantastic views of the town. It is completely white and you need to walk around ...

      Ruta del Golfo

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... filled up the car, we filled up on chicken and chips. Not the most gourmet meal of our travels but one of the most welcome ones. By 3:30 we came to León and the driver found our fairly obscure hostel. There are only three rooms here behind a bookstore. The hostel is called Calle de Los Poetas (street of the poets) and is a few doors down from the former home of Rubén Dario, one of the best known poets of the Spanish speaking world. The hostel is ...

      Fun day volcano boarding

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Nov 16, 2014

      Woke up feeling better than had been, ate some pancakes but as first meal since Friday breakfast I still didn't have much energy. Travelled on back of 4x4 to get to cerro negro, nicaragua's youngest volcano, only 160 yrs old. Saw some iguanas. Cool volcano, really black and like perfect cone. We paid for someone to carry our bag and boards - best decision ever! Half way up my camera officially died. So annoyed! Screen turns on but black and proper overheating. I was pretty ...


      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 13, 2014

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      ... reached the place. Mega déjà vu. Pretty much exactly the same as playa San Miguel just a bit more pimped up so they had more of a bar and seating area. Really weird through. Also because they didn't have that many separate rooms available, we all slept in one massive dorm room 8 sets of bunk beds which was definitely an experience. And surprisingly no one snored. Gonna have a relaxing beach day tomorrow. The journey awaits ...