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El Hotel Victoria es un muy bonito hotelito, el mejor de El Castillo, tiene unos veinte cuartos, cómodos y bien amuebldos, muy limpios, con agua caliente, aire acondicionado, en un buen local
Cerca del muelle . El servicio y atención muy buenos, el personal listo a servir y atender con esmero y alegria. Precios modicos, el comedor frente al río y de allí salen las excursiones a los senderos ecológicos. Yo recomiendo altamente este hotelito
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Salimos de casa a las 6:15 a m llevando con nosotras a un joven, Sam Lynn, de Connectticut que vino a Nicaragua en el proyecto de Blue Energy en Bluefields , lo pasamos dejando en el aeropuerto y seguimos rumbo a San Carlos. A unos treinta kilómetros del Empalme San Benito nos estuvimos a comer gorilas con triste como desayuno y seguimos adelante, …
... hour or so reading the stories in the menu about how the restaurant began. After our snack we headed to the market to jump on the local bus towards Rivas. The bus was packed so we decided to wait for the next one (they leave every hour). We had lunch in the market and then grabbed seats on the next school bus. Mom had to sit next to a couple who were making out right on top of her.....we bought yummy caramels from a sweet young man for the ride.
... in Merida. We decided to give it a try! There was a direct public bus going from Moyogalpa to Merida (passing through Altagracia), departing at 14.30 and arriving at 17.30. Since we didn´t want to reach Merida so late we took the first chicken bus leaving for Altagracia and got off in El Quino (NIO 15 per person). Then we flagged down the first minivan passing El Quino and heading to Merida. Of course, we were overcharged and ended up paying for the entire van. While we paid NIO ...
... on the fine hairs on my arms, my eyelashes, everywhere! Despite not having a clear view of the crater, I enjoy the sense of accomplishment after reaching the summit, as my muscles start to ache!
The descent, whilst easier with gravity on your side, is still challenging as you have to deal with all the loose volcanic rock harbouring each step. You spend most of the 2 hours to the mirador point sliding down strategically and trying not to fall on your butt along the ...
... and had been there 2 days and were headed for the beaches of San Juan which is a backpacker, surfer place on the coast an hour from Rivas . We swapped details and would keep in touch as they too were headed to Panama. The local tour company we approached for an island tour is unhelpful when he says he wont run a trip for 2 people as his brochure describes but will run it at a marked up price for us. We decide to hire pushbikes and do our own thing instead and head off ...