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Sun is out we are ready to find a beach for a couple of days.
We leave Granada which has been a wonderful could of days the people working at the hotel could not have made us feel more welcome.
Along lake Nicaragua we finally get a great view of the 2 volcanos which are islands in the lake.
We arrive San Jur de Sur mid afternoon and …
... huge negative impact on the lake's aquatic life and generally a threat to the biosphere status of the island. This is all without even mentioning what it will do visually. So it was with sadness that I looked back on a place that had stolen a piece of my heart and I hope to return to one day, but fear I may not be as lucky to experience it the way we had. So that was the end of our 19 days in beautiful Nicaragua. Costa Rica you're up buddy! Y ahora es el momento para una cerveza :) ...
I woke up with a minor headache this morning and I'm not sure why? I think I was a little dehydrated. I was really excited for today because we were going horse back riding and going to Ojo De Agua which is a natural spring. We got pancakes for breakfast again and I was so happy, they even allowed us to come back for seconds which was really nice. The horse back riding was on the beach where we watched the depressing, disappointing and ridiculous Packer ...
... There were lots more people on the north end. I appreciate our privacy here in Playa Remanso even more. Apparently New Year's Day is quite the holiday here. There were tons of folks down at the beach (it was almost a traffic jam of vehicles coming down the dirt road into Playa Remanso). I believe Alfonso and Kaylynn spent the day in town with their family as we didn't see them all day and their dirtbike was gone. Power was out most of the day, presumably because ...
... got to the top of the trail, left the horses and continued hiking through junglish cloud forest up to the falls. The waterfall was beautiful, 40 meters tall (120 feet). Not sure it was worth the terror of the being on the back of a horse for 2 hours! I chose to the walk the 2 miles back down on my own two feet and felt much more peaceful about life! I think I have mentioned Rachel and Geoff the ...