Parque Maritimo el Coco
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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
TravelPod Member ReviewsParque Maritimo el Coco San Juan del Sur
We stayed in the Apartmentes Volcanos. Nice, quiet, clean. Great beach. Helpful staff.
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... anywhere except the port which was far too far away to get too... After some negotiating we managed to get the cab driver to take us to the port in the morning to get money out and get the ferry then give him the money for the hostel to take back. Afew hours of busses, boats and cabs and we made it to San Juan into "casa de olas" with another 3 English boys who we were hanging with in Ometepe. A crew of now 5 English lads and myself ...
... to wolf it down when we were late to check out of the hostel. We were informed we'd just missed a bus to get to Playa Santo Domingo, our next destination on Isla de Ometepe, so decided to get a taxi anyway. We ended up taking a tuk-tuk on an incredibly scenic journey across the island, and arrived at the next recommended hostel, Hospedaje Bueno Vista, located on the isthmus of the island. This was lush, we had a room with a view right next to the beach, with ...
So… Was it worth the trip? For us, we’re not sure. For hiking the volcanoes, ignoring my bung leg, it is definitely not the time of year to visit. It’s just too hot and dry. For a backpacker who wants to stay somewhere cheap and chill out somewhere for a week, it’s perfect. The island definitely feels disconnected. For us, maybe because along the way on our travels we have spent weeks chilling out at almost perfect ...
... was not a single Irish person to be found, it was empty. However, the American bar (of course) had full on paddy's day celebrations. Jameson on special offer and an Irish quiz, the poor Americans didn't have a chance :) I celebrated with some German lads from the hostel, who wore their green t-shirts especially for the occasion! It's a bit like San Sebastián (in Spain) here, Jesus Cristo overlooking the bay, nice cafes, ...
... the city. The bike owner suggested we go to Comedor Margueritas (small family owned restaurant). We take his advice and order the famous churrazco. Churrazco is a delicious Nicaraguan beef dish that Eugenio and his wife highly recommended. It's a Tender marinaded beef covered in a sauce made from olive oil, garlic, onion, hot peppers and parsley (yummmmy!! We'll definitely have more and try to make it back home).
Later that evening, ...