Villas de Palermo Hotel & Resort
Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
... che in fin dei conti è anche un villaggio abbastanza carino; la mattina seguente ci siamo lanciati alla ricerca di un posto carino dove passare qualche giorno; dopo aver girato mezza isola e dopo aver dovuto rinunciare a una fattoria ai piedi del vulcano Maderas che ci era stata consigliata da molte persone perchè era al completo, siamo finiti sulla spiaggia che separa i due vulcani e che porta un nome un tantino fuorviante: Santo Domingo. Pur non avendo nulla a ...
... bus spent money. There wasn't anything that i wanted so it was a cheap day for me. However i did buy some cashews. Masaya has about 500,000 people and is known for its ceramics -- they had some beautiful stuff but I don't want to lug it home.
Our next stop was the Masaya National Park (opened in 1979) to see one of the 2 active volcanos. From here we could see lake Manaugua, a smaller lake.
Now we stop for traditional lunch which wasn't ...
... of no where, and finally come out at the beach. It's an experience.. to say the least! I also have been going on a few hikes and we went to an awesome view point one night and we could see parts of Costa Rica that are hours away.
Still practicing that espaņol, trying to cook on a propane stove, getting used to having bugs and ants and scorpions and lizards in my house, and trying to enjoy every minute of this adventure!
... could. When I was finally flung off at 55km/h, I landed on my face. They thoughtfully provide you with a thick boiler suit to protect your body and goggles for your eyes; nothing for your face. After rolling a good ten metres past my board, I stood up and was immediately thrilled that nothing was broken and nothing hurt. Then a lot of blood started dripping into my eyes, all down my face and all over the volcano. I cried. My friends who were already at the bottom rushed up the slope ...
... As soon as it gets dark, two local men appear, smoking cigarettes and waiting to spot a turtle coming to shore. When they see one, they grab her by the armpits and drag her to the spot they want her to lay her eggs. Then they crouch and smoke and stare at her and wait for her to squeeze out her 80 or so eggs.
After she lays her eggs, (if she can perform like that in front of an audience), the men eagerly dig them up and sell them to the turtle ladies. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service