Mango Rosa Nicaragua

Address: Playa Marsella, San Juan del Sur, 505, Nicaragua | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Playa Marsella, 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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      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

      ... del piccolo villaggio. Le temperature qui sono altissime, meno male che nella notte piove frequentemente. Da qui si vedono tramonti bellissimi quasi ogni giorno e siamo circondati da piccoli pappagalli Verdi che portano colore alla citta’.

      Durante il mese a San Juan spendiamo il tempo studiando spagnolo e lavorando per progetti in aiuto ...

      Volcanos rising from the lake

      A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 08, 2014

      3 photos

      ... times! Needless to say after 20 minutes up the mountain( picture a rocky hill at a 30degree angle) I wanted the mineral springs! An hour and a half later, hot, tired and sweaty several quarts, we arrived at El Mireador( the lookout) 400 M above sea level! It's true what they say, it's faster going down, but ********* the knees. Lunch was preordered on our way up to the volcano, so we ended up having a wonderful view ...

      Nicaragua

      A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 30, 2014

      16 photos

      ... are imported. Gas is very expensive.
      We passed through Rivas where baseball was introduced in 1903 -- since then soccer, boxin g and basketball has been added. We saw bicycles with benches across the front thus providing cheap transportation and tuk-tuks. The currency is called cordoba oro. The education system is similar to that of Costa Rica.
      We stopped in Masaya to visit the craft market to look around and alot of the people ...

      Oasis of Peace

      A travel blog entry by greld on Feb 19, 2014

      46 photos

      ... the trip. We arrived and I pretended to know where I was going to avoid the mob of taxi drivers asking me if I needed assistance. The port town I was staying in was called Moyogalpa and there's other parts of the island that one can travel to and stay in, but my hostel was about 4-5 blocks from the ferry drop off. I walked past a souvenir shop and it had t-shirts that said "Ometepe: Oasis de Paz" (Oasis of Peace) and in hindsight, ...

      Sophie vs Cerro Negro (Spolier - the volcano wins)

      A travel blog entry by purcy on Feb 14, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... could. When I was finally flung off at 55km/h, I landed on my face. They thoughtfully provide you with a thick boiler suit to protect your body and goggles for your eyes; nothing for your face. After rolling a good ten metres past my board, I stood up and was immediately thrilled that nothing was broken and nothing hurt. Then a lot of blood started dripping into my eyes, all down my face and all over the volcano. I cried. My friends who were already at the bottom rushed up the slope ...