Isletas El Roble
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... murderer and we would never be seen again!!!
Whilst in this hostel unfortunately Allie fell a little ill and so we had some time locked away (literally) in our room. I decided it was a good time to cut my hair having brought a small trimmer with me. So imagine the scene I am well and truly into the cut when I pause to admire the vidal Sassoon creation (number 3 all over). In doing so I inadvertently knocked the trimmer onto a much shorter setting and then managed to cut ...
... Surrounded by jungle, the huge lagoon sits in the remnant of a volcano crater after an enormous explosion many years ago! We took some stand up paddle boards out into the middle of the lake, or as far as we could go because the wind and waves were against us! We paddled back and then swam back out to some pontoons where we sunbathed for the remainder of the day with the waves lapping at our feet and the Nicaraguan sun rays bouncing off the water. However even though ...
... arrived in the lap of luxury as we had an indoor shower and toilet (!) and a mosquito net (although it did not really seem to do its job, more on that later). Given our mostly vegetarian diet at La Mariposa, we were quick to order a rare steak and beers. Listening to the sound of cicadas, we had a perfect evening. The next morning we were happy to wake up naturally and not due to the sound of dogs, rosters or honking horns. And to make it even better, one of the lodge ...
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The next day and a half pretty much followed the same pattern. However, on the half day. We decided to meet up with a guy we met in Esteli for a couple of drinks. One cocktail, ended up in 2,3,4....8 cocktails. A great game which we can't discuss because it really doesn't make sense now. And how we came up with it who knows. But we had a really great ...
... Crater). Tried my hand at kayaking and it was quite a success, especially given my last failed performance in Vietnam and with my T-Rex arms. Note to self: kayaking is much easier on lakes than seas! Checked out the Irish bars, O'Sheas is a winner! And did a great Cigar Factory Tour; just me and a guide in a little boutique factory. Some lucky few at home will be the benefactors of my purchases ...