Hotel de Campo Cano Negro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... vultures, among other birds. After the boat ride, we rode the bikes back to the place where we had gotten on the boat. The road was "roly poly" according to Heiner, one of our guides, meaning rolling hills. Along the way, we saw several troops of coati on the side of the road. They didn't seem too scared of us, but weren't aggressive either. They have long noses and very long tails. I didn't have too much luck getting a picture ...
... so we asked an expat at the cafe who kindly walked us the 300m down the road to the right until we reached another terminal. No idea what was expected and whilst the voucher for the hotel mentioned transfers and accommodation and breakfasts and dinners we could not use the vouchers for public transport. Spanish was the only language here and after a bit of to and fro because we had no reservacion I scored two tickets on the noon panga. I'm thinking we were supposed to be on the ...
8am collection by Oscar for our trip to Managua Airport. With the luggage restrictions on La Costeņa being 20 lbs plus a carry on, we contacted Katia to see if we could store some luggage.
There was my new Merrells, my spare bottle of 18yo Flor de Caņa, our warm clothes and the cleaned travel clothes we wore on the flights from Australia. All up it weighed 8.5kgs and fitted into our old backpack that had been to many places before with us. Deal was done with ...
... the Churches Leon also houses one of the best and beautiful Modern Art Museums we have been to in the world. In 4 big Colonial houses with beautiful patios they have quite some impressive Central American Paintings. Really worth a visit. In Leon the revolution movement of the Sandinistas is also present. They even have a Revolution Museum where you are shown around by one of the revolutionists and you get a good introduction how it started and how they won the battle ...
Having read some blogs about people getting soaked and fearing for their lives doing the crossing on small boats we timed our arrival to get a large ferry over to Ometepe, only to find that a small boat was at the dock when we arrived.
We put our bags on the roof and carefully selected a seat trying to work out which would be the driest. As we left the harbour the waves built up (Lake Nicaragua is the biggest lake in Central America and is ...