Mango Rosa Nicaragua
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- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Mango Rosa Nicaragua San Juan del Sur
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... At 11:00 was beach soccer and at 1:00 was water volleyball. Then at 2:00 was dance lessons. 3:00 was crazy games, and at 4:00 was musical trivia. So fun! That is all for now.
Yay! I made it! This was the 3rd time I had tried to make it to the snorkeling tour, and the other 2 times I had forgotten about it, or was too late. But this time, well, I knew this time was going to be good. I stepped in the line where everyone was getting a mask and fins, and I got a black mask ...
... dancers and learnt the history of the harvest celebrations which involve spinning around a pole at 50 metres up. Nicaragua has a fascinating political history. A long line of dictators that obtained power by making the previous dictator, and his entourage quietly disappear. Discover the real South America = ...
... Maderas. Apparently the water is really good for you so we convinced ourselves that it had reversed the KGs of weight we've put on the last 2 months! All in all it was one of my favourite days of the trip whizzing around and taking in the beautiful scenery. The following day Keith headed out for his kitesurfing lesson (he's done it a few times before but sensibly they won't let him free until he's certified!). I also decided to have an active morning and had a ...
... Maderas; we explored the nearby town, spent a lot of time at the beach and in the sea, by the pool, and generally recovered from our journey! We even hired a paddleboard one evening - a surprisingly easy and peaceful experience (for those that don't know - a paddleboard is similar to a surfboard but larger, and you stand on it and paddle along with a long oar on still sea water). Sadly we had to say goodbye to Sharna, who finished ...
... absolutely melted my heart! She was so cute and so energetic! Her and her friend Nancy sat while we played baseball and took pictures the whole time I played. I'm so happy I made a connection with these little girls, I didn't want to leave! Stacey even gave me a tour of her house and no matter how small or dirty it was she loved her home and I could see it. She mostly spoke Spanish but somehow we understood each other. It's ...