Posada de Don Juan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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Johnny picked me up in the morning and we went off into the countryside. He teaches a weekend class there to children and adults. I went to help him teach a small class of children in the afternoon, so I had the whole morning to myself.
I wandered around until I found a nice cafe and I went through my guidebooks, planning my next adventure. I probably have a ...
... line because one if my students mentioned it. I thought I would spend the weekend lounging around browsing pottery studios and sipping cold beer with tacos. Everything changed when I realized this zipline was kind of a big deal.
I was only wearing sandals so I wasn't sure if I could even do it, but it turned out not to be ...
Everything here is new, so of course, the first weekend I left town, I was blown away. It took a while to get moving in the morning again, but I made it to the bus by 9 a.m. and I was in Gracias by 10 ish.
I walked around till I found the botanical gardens and Lenca museum (which was quite empty).
The garden was really cute though. I actually managed to get locked in there for a bit, I guess the gardener closed the door accidentally while I ...
... into a hostel (1) owned by a non-profit foundation working with local families. They also own Café Luz over the road and a tourism office on another corner.
We caught up with the others later on and had a discussion about what we wanted to do in Esteli; settling on a visit to Miraflor Reserve. The reserve encompasses three climate/altitude zones, comprising forest land as well as a few thousand farmers and their families. Nelson, ...
Apologies for the crude nature of the title (especially if my grandparents are still reading), but I really don't have that much to talk about on my journey up from El Salvador, through Honduras and up to the island of Utila where I would spend the next few days doing my scuba diving certification.
I left El Salvador, still with no stamp in my passport (which annoys me) but thankfully there were no such problems with Honduran immigration as they went ...