Mango Rosa Nicaragua
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Having spent 10 days in San Juan del Sur we were ready to move on and found we had recharged our travelling mojo. Tamarindo, Costa Rica, was our next stop and having done virtually no surfing thanks to a rogue stingray we were looking forward to getting back in the ...
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I had a sleep in the next day, 5:30 this time, in order to get an early start on the volcano hike. Three of us, young and fit guys left for our hostel to meet the guide at a cafe in the centre of the town where we grabbed breakfast and supplies for the trip. To my dismay, there were many more people waiting there, including an old guy and couples and girls who said they had never really hiked before. I was ...
... centro della citta’ e il primo giorno ci buttiamo direttamente su una lezione di surf in una delle spiaggie vicine chiamata Remanso. Dopodiche’ ci preoccupiamo di trovare quello che sara’ il nostro appartamento per un mese a dieci metri dalla spiaggia.
San Juan e’ costruita su una baia gigante e ci immergiamo nella ...
... The puppy and their 2 year old baby boy gave us some laughs as they were both full of energy. I found out that Brenda works for the community board while Jorge is a bus driver. There families all live within an hour of their house and it showed as lots of people came in and out through the evening. Tired from our big hike we headed to bed pretty early as we need to be on the first ferry in the morning at 06:00. We are heading to Costa Rica. The home stay was a great ...
... name for an orange plank of wood, with a slight ridge towards the back to sit behind, an A4 size piece of frictionless material stuck to the bottom and a bit of rope as a handle. The hike up was beautiful and the view from the top enabled us to see all the other volcanoes in the area lined up. But as we looked down the slope we were about to throw ourselves down, I admit I felt a little bit nervous. The bottom was not visible and our guide explained that he would stand ...