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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunshine Hotel Little Corn Island
Place is under construction, rooms were clean, but not cleaned during our five day stay. Owner was a little sketchy offering us cheap flights.
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So we left San Juan Del Sur to head towards the Corn Islands on the Caribbean coast. Due to Internet connections or website malfunctions we left a day later than planned. To make the most of our extra day we left San Juan and headed back towards Granada to stay at The Tree House Hostel on Mombachu. This place was defiantly worth seeing even if just …
... a coconut that fell off the tree straight in front of us! 5) climbing a treacherous lighthouse to see a 360 island view! 6) seeing chickens up in the branches of a tree (!?) Our time on Little Corn was amazing and we easily could have spent more time there. However, after 4 days there we had to get going and move on to Costa Rica for more exciting adventures! Victoria and Russell ...
... on the island? To move this thing they gently lowered it onto a series of large metal pipes and rolled it along – stopping every minute or so to take the pipes from the back and move them to the front to keep going. After it was all done, the poor little sidewalk had suffered a great deal – chips were everywhere.
This island is small, but man, the food is good. In the village there are half a dozen decent restaurants (mostly owned by expats) ...
... of trying new foods. We tried bread fruit for the first time which was super tasty, fried like a chip but tastier. Boonche was a business women, not only with her cooking but with her coconut oil production. We felt privileged to be invited to watch the process and get involved. We got our hands dirty by squeezing all the coconut milk out of the already chipped and grated coconut, adding water to it until it ran clear. The milk/water mix would then be boiled until ...
... walking the around the Volcano Mayasa, my feet were done in with a grand total of 16 blisters. Trying to heal these blisters when everything is constantly wet and muddy has proved a challenge, but Julie has been ever so patient waiting for me as I hobble along. Today my feet are finally feeling better and we set for another great island adventure. We headed to where the locals live on the island with our stomachs set on cinnamon bread and our hearts set on swimming at ...
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