Inn on the Pacific

Address: Del Restaurante el Timon 175 al Norte, San Juan del Sur, 00505, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Del Restaurante el Timon 175 al Norte, San Juan del Sur, is near Centro de Arte, Museum of Legends and Traditions (Museo de Tradiciones y Leyendas), and Spanish Ya Spanish Language School.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Inn on the Pacific San Juan del Sur

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur

Ep. 38 Life in San Juan Del Sur

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Aug 27, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... locale, incontriamo della gente interessante e iniziamo ad essere esaltati per il surf e stand up paddling. Il mese passa molto velocemente e festeggiamo anche il giorno dell’indipendenza in Nicaragua con un bel party sulla spiaggia.

Dopo un mese in San Juan e’ ora di spostarci verso il paese numero 12: la Costa Rica.




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Kayaking on Lake Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 15, 2014

15 photos

... near the river although we were careful about getting too close. There were plenty of swampy bits that Sarah discovered to her misfortune when she didn't follow in the same footsteps as Simeon. She ended up in the mud half way to her knees and was very lucky not to lose her jandals, only good instructions on reversing out saved the day. Being such a nice guy, Simeon even washed up the mess best he could before we carried on.


On ...

Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 30, 2014

16 photos

... bus spent money. There wasn't anything that i wanted so it was a cheap day for me. However i did buy some cashews. Masaya has about 500,000 people and is known for its ceramics -- they had some beautiful stuff but I don't want to lug it home.
Our next stop was the Masaya National Park (opened in 1979) to see one of the 2 active volcanos. From here we could see lake Manaugua, a smaller lake.
Now we stop for traditional lunch which wasn't ...

Sophie vs Cerro Negro (Spolier - the volcano wins)

A travel blog entry by purcy on Feb 14, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... it is not fine. In the heat and scorching sunlight of Nicaragua, I healed pretty quickly on its own. Apart from my nose, which still contains lava to this day. I like to think it makes me look tough. I stayed with the group as we all travelled onto Grenada. The main square had horse and carriages, dancers and tarditional music, and market stalls along one side during the day. But at night, it was full of the local crazies. Dinner was eventful to say the least. Grenada was a ...

Canadian Reunion

A travel blog entry by pathube on Feb 13, 2014

21 photos

... it was time to head back and catch the 2 for 1 mojitoes happy hour once again!

We quickly noticed that pretty much 2 thirds of the people in SJDS were from Canada, mostly from BC, escaping the winter's cold. It was really nice to enjoy Canada destroying Austria 6-0 with fellow Canadians while jumping in the ocean during intermissions to cool us off! Go ...